Landmark Buildings & Areas
 

This section describes places of interest that exist today


Case Studies
1. Trinity College - Bristol
2. Haverthwaite Station, Lake District
3. St. Peters Church, Harbertonford
4. Overbecks Museum, Salcombe
5. Victoria City Center, Seychelles

 

Case Study:  Trinity College - Bristol
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Information
Trinity College Bristol, particularly Stoke house, is a mini-navigation example to explore the college and it's grounds.  A full history and information on Trinity College can be found here.

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Virtual Tour
Before you can tour this model, we recommend you download the Cortona client browser from http://www.cortona3d.com/cortona3d-viewers  if running for the first time.  WindowsXP users may need to allow the browser to operate by selecting 'Allow Blocked Content'.   Please click the picture below to enter the tour:


Click picture to enter virtual tour

Navigation Instructions in Cortona

Once model is loaded, click/drag the left mouse button to move forward, backward, left and right. Navigate up stairways and through portals as in the real world.

Use the SPACE bar whilst click/dragging the mouse forward and back to tilt up and down.  If you get lost or stuck, click on a hotspot on the mini-map to the left side of the page..


Case Study: 
Haverthwaite Station
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Information
Haverthwaite station was part of the Furness Railway branch line which closed in the 1960's.  However, a short section of the railway line was left open as a tourist attraction and runs down to lakeside station.  The station is a typical, idyllic example captured here in interactive 3D.

Photos

Virtual Tour
Before you can tour this model, we recommend you download the Cortona client browser from http://www.cortona3d.com/cortona3d-viewers  if running for the first time.  WindowsXP users may need to allow the browser to operate by selecting 'Allow Blocked Content'.   Please click the picture below to enter the tour:


Click picture to enter virtual tour

Navigation Instructions in Cortona

Once model is loaded, click/drag the left mouse button to move forward, backward, left and right. Navigate up stairways and through portals as in the real world.

Use the SPACE bar whilst click/dragging the mouse forward and back to tilt up and down.  If you get lost or stuck, click 'restore' on the bottom Cortona bar to take you back to the start.

Alternatively, view the whole site and study it by clicking 'fit' and 'study' on the Cortona bars.

 
Case Study:  St.Peters Church
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Information

A quaint but beautiful church found in Harbertonford, Devon (South of Totnes).

Virtual Tour
Before you can tour this model, we recommend you download the Cortona client browser from http://www.cortona3d.com/cortona3d-viewers  if running for the first time.  WindowsXP users may need to allow the browser to operate by selecting 'Allow Blocked Content'.   Please click the picture below to enter the tour:


Click picture to enter virtual tour

Navigation Instructions in Cortona

Once model is loaded, click/drag the left mouse button to move forward, backward, left and right. Navigate up stairways and through portals as in the real world.

Use the SPACE bar whilst click/dragging the mouse forward and back to tilt up and down.  If you get lost or stuck, click 'restore' on the bottom Cortona bar to take you back to the start.

Alternatively, view the whole site and study it by clicking 'fit' and 'study' on the Cortona bars.

 

Case Study:  Overbecks
Information Photos Virtual Tour

Information

Owned by the National Trust and situated on the beautiful South Devon Coastline near Salcombe, Overbecks is famous for its gardens and museum.

Virtual Tour
Before you can tour this model, we recommend you download the Cortona client browser from http://www.cortona3d.com/cortona3d-viewers  if running for the first time.  WindowsXP users may need to allow the browser to operate by selecting 'Allow Blocked Content'.   Please click the picture below to enter the tour:


Click picture to enter virtual tour

Navigation Instructions in Cortona

Once model is loaded, click/drag the left mouse button to move forward, backward, left and right. Navigate up stairways and through portals as in the real world.

Use the SPACE bar whilst click/dragging the mouse forward and back to tilt up and down.  If you get lost or stuck, click 'restore' on the bottom Cortona bar to take you back to the start.

Alternatively, view the whole site and study it by clicking 'fit' and 'study' on the Cortona bars.

 

Case Study:  Victoria City Center
Information Photos Virtual Tour

Information

One of the first Virtual Tours made by us in the Seychelles in 2001.  Since then many buildings have been reconstructed and changed.  This tour is like a virtual time capsule and tours of this type are excellent for capturing a moment in history far beyond what a photograph can portray.

Virtual Tour
Before you can tour this model, we recommend you download the Cortona client browser from http://www.cortona3d.com/cortona3d-viewers  if running for the first time.  WindowsXP users may need to allow the browser to operate by selecting 'Allow Blocked Content'.   Please click the picture below to enter the tour:


Click picture to enter virtual tour

Navigation Instructions in Cortona

Once model is loaded, click/drag the left mouse button to move forward, backward, left and right. Navigate up stairways and through portals as in the real world.

Use the SPACE bar whilst click/dragging the mouse forward and back to tilt up and down. If you get lost or stuck, click 'restore' on the bottom Cortona bar to take you back to the start.

Alternatively, view the whole site and study it by clicking 'fit' and 'study' on the Cortona bars.

 
 
 

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