BETT 2014 ~ Make your own mini planets II

| January 24, 2014 | 0 Comments 

A fast paced whiz through just some ways to create your own planet, on the eSchools stand, at BETT.

How about trying out some still, stereographic, images?: Make a panorama, in something like CleVR. This, for free remember, will also make you a fully navigable, 3D panorama, at the same time.

Next, turn that panorama in to a stereographic world in something like Gimp (one of THE most unfortunate names for any piece of software, but a fantastic Photoshop alternative!) Online and free. To do so, follow this step-by-step guide from PhotoJojo.

Something we have used for quite a while now, and involve as just one step in the process of bringing worlds alive, with the schools we work alongside, is the wonderful Google Street View Stereographic. This joyous gem makes your very own, free, explorable, mini planets!

Visit your location, in StreetView Stereographic, & then learn to fly, as it is possible to move around within your world.

WHY? Well, if only to get children, of any age, mobility, and ability, …talking.

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