4Pi-VR Media Solutions

My interest in photography came in a roundabout manner. Trained as a physicist, I learned photography in order to create my own media for an electronic physics laboratory manual I was writing. I initially engaged in studio work to shoot QuickTime VR object-spin movies, progressed to shooting interactive VR panoramas, then to general landscape and street photography. My present specialties are high-resolution stitched panoramic landscapes (up to several gigapixels in size), spherical panoramas (360° around and from up to down), and VR object-spin movies for museum artifacts or commercial products. I apply my skills from gigapixel panos to created high-resolution images of flat artwork (paintings, graffiti, etc.) I am based in the southeastern US, but travel regularly to Central America.

South Carolina
United States

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Studio facilities are available.

The studio at 4Pi-VR is equipped with advanced, computer-controlled equipment to
create virtual reality object-spin movies. Our equipment includes a dual-axis Kaidan C-
60 rig capable of capturing images of objects up to 400 lbs and 5 ft in diameter for the
creation of object movies, as well as portable object movie rigs that allow us to work on-
site if needed. We have created object movies on-site as far afield as at the National
Museum of Costa Rica.

Recent Clients

  1. Museo Nacional de Costa Rica


  1. IVRPA/IAPP Balloon Fiesta Conference exhibition in Albuquerque, NM, October 2009
  2. Libre Graphics Meeting, both interactive and print panorama exhibitions, Montreal, Canada, May 2009
  3. Interactive and print exhibitions in the IVRPA exhibit at Photokina, Cologne, Germany, Septembe