VR 360

 

VR photography is the art of capturing or creating a complete scene as a single image, as viewed when rotating about a single central position. Normally created by stitching together a number of photographs taken in a multi-row 360 degree rotation; the complete image can also be a totally computer generated effect, or a composite of photography and computer generated objects.

"Klise Willage" Traditional Papua Willage in Baliem Valley where home-stay is possible.

Kate Kesu is traditional Torajan village, where you can see the houses called "Tongkonan" still with bamboo roofs,  in our days metal replaced bamboo, it is also famous for its woodcarving.

"Tana Toraja" While driving I stumble across another Torajian wedding. It was early morning and still no guests so I decided to make this 360 of place ready for wedding.

Ximending has been called the "Harajuku of Taipei" and is the source of Taiwan's fashion, subculture, and Japanese culture. The well-known Ximending Pedestrian Area was the first pedestrian area built in Taipei and is the largest in Taiwan.

Ximending has been called the "Harajuku of Taipei" and is the source of Taiwan's fashion, subculture, and Japanese culture. The well-known Ximending Pedestrian Area was the first pedestrian area built in Taipei and is the largest in Taiwan.

 Ximending has been called the "Harajuku of Taipei" and is the source of Taiwan's fashion, subculture, and Japanese culture. The well-known Ximending Pedestrian Area was the first pedestrian area built in Taipei and is the largest in Taiwan.

Kuala Lumpur is the capital and the second largest city of Malaysia. Petronas Towers is one of the nicest buildings I saw. It was the tallest buildings in the world for six years, until Taipei 101 completed in 2004.

 

 Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania and is also the largest city in the country with about 600,000 inhabitants. The site where Vilnius is located today has been inhabited for about 700 years and together with its turbulent history during more recent times, it always has been an interesting place. For travelers, this has all been mixed in an appealing setting of old building styles, cultural sites and dozens of churches. Add to this the fact that Vilnius is not too big to only use your own feet as a way to get around, and it is not hard to see why this city has been booming with travelers during the last decade or so. The historical center on the other hand is not small at all and is one of the biggest in Europe with a mix of building styles. The medieval part of the city probably is the most attractive.

 

The Town Hall Square (Rotušės aikštė) at the end of the Pilies Street is a traditional centre of trade and events in Vilnius. Major annual fairs are held in this square, the main Christmas tree is decorated here, various concerts and other attractions are organised as well as celebrations of the important dates of the state.

 

Sigitas Staniunas is one of the most notable and exclusive interdisciplinary Lithuanian artists, known for combining social and historical aspects of intercultural communication with the ideas of cultural inheritance, development and progress. Multi-layered oil painting created with the techniques of old European masters yet inspired by elements from Asian culture and art make his oeuvre unique. His artwork links spiritual, idealistic and symbolic elements of images and colors with historical and psychological context. During the course of a carrier spanning more than 20 years, Sigitas Staniunas has participated in a number of national and international projects. He has worked in Switzerland, Finland, USA, Brazil, Indonesia, Russia,Taiwan and other countries. While his primary medium is painting the artist also creates performances and site specific installations. Video documentation and live music performances enhance exhibitions of the artist's work. More info www.sigitasart.com

 

 Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio

 Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio

 

 Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio

 

 Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio

 

"Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio"

The Medusa Art Project was initiated in 1999 by Sigitas Staniunas. During the past few years, the palace has developed into a cultural oasis, hosting a cycle of cultural events and collaborative art projects. Painter Sigitas Staniunas has created a series of paintings based on the idea of a Euro-Asian crossroads, using elements from European and Asian painting schools. He has also organized several art presentations and collaborative projects with artists working in other mediums. Performer Paulius Kilbauskas has created cycles of sound compositions and concerts.

 

 Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio

 

Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio

 

Sigitas Staniunas Old Studio

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