The Washington Post used our PanoTag system and a gigapixel photo to cover President Barack Obama's inauguration.
The PanoTag system allows users to tag themselves and share their location on social networks. PanoTag has been used in many projects all over the world, such as in the Italy vs All Black match, sponsored by Adidas, and in Barcelona vs Real Madrid.
The urban artwork "Kit Garden", by Joana Vasconcelos, was unveiled on Friday at Largo do Intendente, Lisbon. See it at the VisitLisboa website.
The Church of São Domingos, near Rossio, was destroyed in 1959 by a fire. The effects this fire are still visible nowadays. This is another 360º panorama made in partnership with VisitLisboa.
The photo can be seen on the VisitLisboa website.
UNESCO has just classified the fortresses of Elvas as a World Heritage site. Visit them in this 360º virtual tour.
The citadel of Cascais is one of the military forts built between the XV and XVII centuries to defend the coast and entrance of the Tagus river. In late 2003, it was acquired by the Cascais municipality for cultural and tourism purposes and has now been fully restored.
To celebrate the 2012 pilgrimage to Fátima, we have released new 360º photos of the Procissão das Velas.
Two new projects using Digisfera's PanoTag system have just been released.
The first is a Gigapixel photo taken in the huge Estadio Azteca in Mexico, which seats 105,000 and was full for this football match. Click here to see it.
The second is a Facebook app by Nike Spain, with photos from the Cursa Bombers race in Barcelona. See it here.
John V of Portugal wanted to present an image of a renewed and exquisite country through culture. To that effect, he promoted a vast program of great architectural and artwork projects. One of the was the Chapel of John the Baptist.
It was built in Rome and transported to Portugal in three Carracks, where it was placed in the Church of São Roque, in Lisbon.
In Largo do Carmo we find the ruins of the Carmo Convent, built in the XIVth century, and the Quartel do Carmo of the Portuguese Republican Guard, where the dictatorship finally surrendered to the democratic revolution of 1974.