Dog Mountain – A Love Story

At Dog Mountain dog owners can memorialize their deceased pets. Be sure to have tissues on hand. This story does not have a happy outcome. Sorry for the spoiler.

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Lisa Dean, Exit Realty Beatrice Associates

The National Association of Realtors has said that respondents, 89% of them value photos, 50% felt video tours are of value. The value of this has sky-rocketed in recent days. We are relying heavily on virtual tours.

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Vicky Dimino, Engel & Vöelkers

We’re checking in with Vicky Dimino of Engel & Vöelkers to see how her real estate business is doing is this climate. Virtual tours sell properties, both residential and commercial. Demand in 360° photography services has seen an increase, as more buyers do their exploratory home shopping online.

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Virtual Open House

The Massachusetts Association of Realtors, MAR, encourages Virtual Open Houses in place of traditional open houses to prevent the spread of CoV-19. MAR’s recommended alternatives.https://www.marcovid19.com/post/opening-up-to-virtual-open-houses Panospin360 offers Matterport Tours for Real Estate. Showcase your property’s walkthrough virtually, in a socially distant responsible way. Virtual tours are our specialty! With each Matterport tour Your Matterport tour […]

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Unprecedented Real Estate

How will we know we are really safe again? Will my habits of social distancing change? Will I shake hands ever again? How much business am I losing to those unable to visit properties in-person? Please, stay safe and up to date with the latest information as the COVID-19 outbreak continues. We may not have the […]

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Panospin360’s Virtual Tour Best Picks

As coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to spread, our way of life has been drastically altered. Social distance, shelter in place, are a given and are in effect. How do we manage this time? The Panospin360 Team has found the best digital alternatives to feed your drive for art and exploration. Come explore the hidden world of […]

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Scrum, Subsumption Architecture, Emergent Behavior & Ghengis Khan

Ghengis Khan, iRobot’s first robot, is a product of subsumption architecture! Subsumption architecture is a control architecture proposed in opposition to traditional AI. Instead of guiding behavior by symbolic representations of the world, breaking down a complete behavior into sub-behaviors. Algorithms at work! Scrum itself is derived from a 1986 paper by Takeuchi and Nonaka in […]

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Virtually Tour Abenaqui Country Club!

Update! Our tour is LIVE. Check them out! https://www.abenaquicc.com/    Starting May 11, golf courses, hair salons, drive-in movies, and retail operations may reopen, but with certain restrictions. Golf courses will be limited to residents and club members. Gov. Chris Sununu New Hampshire’s Gov. Chris Sununu announced on May 1, an amended stay-at-home order. This order […]

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Panospin360, IEEE, & Boston Dynamics’ Atlas & Spot Walk into a Lab…

Boston Dynamics is Redefining Robot Agility. Panospin360, along with the photographer/videographer Bob O’Connor, collaborated with Erico Guizzo of IEEE Spectrum and Boston Dynamics’ over the summer of 2019 to capture the antics of two of the Boston Dynamics’ robotics team. Carlton and Amanda, our newest photographer/videographer, met two of the amazing marvels of Boston Dynamics, […]

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Panospin360 Showcase: ItalMarble Part 1

Fine Quality and Craftsmanship We were lucky to be able to photograph this beautiful home with rooms full of marble, quartzite and tiles installed by a small but mighty family business in Lynn, MA – ItalMarble. This home was new construction. The company had a blank canvas on which to apply the beautiful marble countertops, […]

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Panospin360 Showcase: HausWitch Home & Healing

A Pretty Little Shop in Salem We recently visited a little shop on the corner of a block in Salem, MA that is filled with personality and charm.  There’s a warmth when you walk in the door and the cozy vibe seems to invite you to make yourself at home. There’s also a lot more […]

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Panospin360 Matterport Virtual Tour: Webster Court Project

We recently photographed a location in Newton, MA where a very cool art exhibit has been set up inside an old house scheduled for demolition. The project, sponsored by Joelle Tomb Zakak and her husband Chris, was installed inside a “tear-down” house the couple purchased. Their intent for the house is demolition and rebuilding but before tearing […]

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Panospin360 Showcase: Dr. Abbey Denaro

How did we meet Dr. Denaro? We met Dr. Denaro at the Northshore Business Forum, and became Facebook friends. Dr. Denaro is full of lively, optimistic energy that drives her practice. Dr. Denaro’s practice has flourished. Panospin360 is proud to say we contribute to increasing visibility. Tell us a little about what attracted you to […]

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Panospin360 Showcase: Karen Christians

How did we meet Karen Christians? We often visit the Western Avenue Studios in Lowell, MA and we met Karen on a sunny Monday morning. She was so enthusiastic about showing us around her studio and talked about her book project about the Jewelry of Star Trek. We were captivated by her buoyant personality and wanted […]

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Marketing Your Business with a 360° Virtual Tour

When it comes to marketing your business, there are many tools available that incorporate “old-school” and modern-day methods. Most of us hop on Google to do research and once there, you might start with a broad search term like “market my business” and then look at whether you want an old-school solution like print or […]

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Boston Voyager Interview

OCTOBER 30, 2017 Meet Carlton SooHoo of Panospin Studios Today we’d like to introduce you to Carlton SooHoo. Carlton, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far. Prior to 2005, I was in the Biotechnology industry, and I changed careers to being […]

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What is a Virtual Tour? 6 Reasons Why You Should Have One

What is a 360° Virtual Tour? You know when you hold up that expensive smartphone, hit the pano setting, then spin yourself in a circle and twist yourself up into a corkscrew pretzel to get the whole view around you? You are actually taking multiple shots which are then magically “stitched” together inside the phone […]

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How to Hire a 360 Virtual Tour Photographer

In this age of gadgets and technology, a person can “technically” call themselves a photographer. People are using their smartphone cameras for business purposes more and more frequently. The continual development of apps that shoot in all types of formats, with all types of lenses, are elevating smartphone photography. So many people are clicking their […]

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Chamber Chat Interview: Greater Lowell Chamber Of Commerce

I had the pleasure of being interviewed on Chamber Chat. Chamber Chat is cable television program by Karon and Emma from the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce. All chamber members are welcome to participate! I photographed a 360-degree virtual tour view, just before the interview began. You can get a feel of what it was like to be on the […]

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10 Questions to Ask About Virtual Tours

What are the best questions to ask when making the decision to hire a professional virtual tour photographer? When you’re spending precious marketing dollars on photography, you want to know that it’s going to be worth it. Once you narrow down the list of photographers who will potentially be doing your photo shoot, there are […]

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The Epson International Photographic Pano Awards (2010)

This was the first year that the Epson International Photographic Pano Awards were announced.  Entries were submitted from all over the world.  Overall, there were 2740 images entered from 945 photographers in 79 countries! Five of the six images enter earned a Bronze Award.  I am very pleased to present those five awarded images below: Coolidge Corner […]

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Virtual Tour Of Lou Jones Studio

We had a great time visiting with one of Boston’s beloved photographers, Lou Jones.  Lou started out his career photographing the  jazz greats and later on, the Olympics.  His website is at http://fotojones.com/ .

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Fenway, Home Of The Boston Red Sox

I was photographing a corporate event at Fenway Park and stepped outside at the end. I stepped out to enjoy the night time fresh air.  This beautiful view just outside the EMC Club was waiting.  It was such a nice evening! This was such a pleasure to have the privilege of photographing a Boston treasure! […]

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