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Railfair 1999 360 x 360 immersion photos
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360 x 360 immersion photos of Railfair'99.
Click on any image below for a 360 by 360 degree image!

               

This page is experimental. If you select to view one of the images above and do not have the IPIX Viewer already installed in your computer, the IPIX Viewer should install itself into your computer automatically with minimal manual response from you. If you already have the IPIX Viewer installed in your computer, the above 360 by 360 degree images will download and display in your web browser automatically.

Click on the logo below if you would rather download and install the IPIX Viewer manually:

To move around the 360 x 360 photo in any direction, use your mouse to display a pointing finger in the direction in which you wish to move, then click or hold down the left mouse button. The closer you place the finger to the edge of the image, the faster the view will move in that direction. Back the finger away from the edge and the image will move more slowly. If you wish to zoom in on an object, move the image so that object appears in the center of the view. You will see a "+" when you place your pointer at the center of the view. Hold down the left mouse button and the image will zoom in on that object. To zoom out, move the pointer to the side until you see a "-" appear. You can then hold down your left mouse button as the view zooms out! You will be able to look in all directions around the photo, including directly up and down. There is a TrainWeb logo usually at the bottom which covers the image of the tripod on which the camera was mounted.

                                                                                                                       

Your feedback regarding the above images is welcome. If you had problems loading and displaying the above images on your system, or if everything went fine, please send e-mail to ipix@trainweb.com to let me know! In your e-mail, please tell me what type of computer you are using (PC or Mac) and which web browser you are using (Netscape, Internet Explorer, etc.) and the version of your web browser if you know what that is. Thanks!


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