LiveGraphics3D Example:
Virtualized Reality



Between Car Park and Building B2

The departments of biology and physics of the University of Erlangen are located at the socalled "Biologikum/Physikum" in the woods between the Staudtstr. (in the North), the Erwin-Rommel-Str. (West to South) and the Kurt-Schumacher-Str. (East).

The picture shows some buildings in this area. You can turn around by pressing the left mouse button on the picture and moving the mouse keeping the button pressed.

Coming from the Staudtstr. you will first see the multistorey car park (in the Northeast of this picture). The lecture rooms (A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H) are in the same building (East to South). The building B1 (Southwest) is occupied by biologists, while the building B2 (West to North) hosts (among others) the Institute for Theoretical Physics.

The main entrance of the building B2 is not visible from this point of view. Please click on the "West" lable of the compass in the picture in order to get there.

The panorama picture was constructed with the help of PhotoVista (by Live Picture, Inc.). However it is shown here with LiveGraphics3D. (The Java applet of LivePicture is IMHO terribly slow.)

The picture is not very colorful as it was taken in winter. However the buildings are usually hidden by all the trees and bushes during other seasons.



Martin Kraus, June 1, 1998