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 Technical Prerequisites
 Downloading QuickTime 4.x
 Taking It for a Spin
 Great Resources

Navigating with QuickTime VR

There are many great sites on the Web that use QuickTime VR as an instructional tool A few are listed below for you to explore with your classes.

Great Resources
Hidden New York
Thirteen/WNET New York's Web site features NEW YORK: A DOCUMENTARY FILM online with Quicktime VR exhibits from all around New York City including the African American Wax and History Museum and the Unispere from the 1964 World's Fair.

Johnson Space Center QTVR
This site offers users the chance to experience NASA up close. Relive the race to the moon; visit NASA's principal design, development, and testing center; go onboard the International Space Station Module; and get ready for the Space Shuttle Flight Deck Simulator, where John Glenn trained for his last mission.

NOVA Online/Pyramids -- The Inside Story
Explore one of the Great Pyramids of Egypt in virtual reality. Along the way, learn who built the pyramids and why. Find out how old they are and how they were excavated. This is a fun, educational experience for all.

Mars Landing Sites
This site offers users a fantastic opportunity to explore Mars using QuickTime VR technology. The site is based on NASA's highly successful 1997 Mars Pathfinder mission.

A Wrinkle in Time 2
More than 100 photographers and producers set up tripods and cameras at different locations around the globe on Equinox (March 20-21, 1998) to capture a moment in time. Covering all continents, the photographers each took a series of panoramic photographs simultaneously. This site documents their efforts.

Scientific Movie Library
Explore the human anatomy at this site. Contains both object and panorama QuickTime VR movies.

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