Excellent Panoramas of Temple Square

Temple Square Panoramas

Temple Square Panoramas

I’ve featured 360° panoramas of Temple Square before, those created by Dr. William Hamblin, but a few more can’t hurt.  And these ones are very good indeed.

Created by Martin van Hemert Photography, Inc., at Utah3D.net, these full-screen panoramas include 360° images of the plaza, the Tabernacle, the Assembly Hall, the North-West corner of the temple, the Christus statue, and Christmas lights at Temple Square (between the Tabernacle and Assembly Hall).  The color and lighting are exquisite in these!  And it gives the perception of standing on the spot.  Very well done.

To navigate the panoramas, click on the image of the panorama you want to view, allow the image to load, and then click and drag on the image to look around in any direction.  You can zoom in/out with the left shift and CTRL keys, or the scroll wheel on your mouse.

And while you’re at it, check out the other Utah panoramas they’ve done.

Utah3D.net 360° Panoramas of Temple Square

[via Mormon Times via LDS Media Talk]

2 Comments

  1. Posted October 28, 2009 at 9:36 am | Permalink

    For one of the new temples, I would love it if the Church would take a 360 panoramic shot of the rooms inside the temple and release it to the public. That would be awesome!!! Probably won’t ever happen, but that would really give people a good look at the interior of a temple.

  2. Posted October 28, 2009 at 10:35 am | Permalink

    That would be awesome. I think it’s only a matter of time.

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