If you don't have a QuickTime plug-in for your browser (PC or Mac) see http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/. If you have Win 3.1 or you get a broken icon, try opening the pano directly. Or, if you prefer, skip the plug-in and view a flat panorama.
It is the winter solstice, December 21, 1997. At 9 a.m. in Hawaii (11 a.m. here, PST) and simultaneously scattered around the world, over 60 QTVR producers each shoot a panoramic view. That is they take a series of photographs in a 360 degree circle, a slice of life in their part of the world. Then the race is on to turn the photos into QTVR web site graphics. (Quicktime Virtual Reality could be described as virtual reality for the rest of us. For me it is an entry. I'm not yet sure how far it will take me.)
See Wrinkle in Time for World Shoot site. For newspaper story, see http://starbulletin.com/today/news/story2.html or see http://starbulletin.com, filed under 97/12/26.
Here's my shot, Solstice at the Gateway of Dreams. See more information about this ritual space.
See immersive imaging for help, info, and all other immersive imaging, including QuickTime movies, at Wholeo Online. See also, links to Caroling's wrinkles.