Pocket Worlds [iPhone]

Created by the video artist Luc Courchesne, Pocket Worlds includes a collections of spherical photographs that can be viewed as if you were still physically standing where they were recorded. The app is based on panoscopic work Luc has been doing for a number of years now. For its first release, the PocketWorlds viewer includes a collection of twenty images from the Panoscopic Journal. Some of his other artworks include Panoscope 360° (2000-), The Visitor: Living by Numbers (2001), Untitled (2004), Where are you? (2005) and many more.. (see videos below).

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