Hungarian photographer Márton Prech has launched a new eye-catching project, news portal origo.hu reported. This time the talented photographer created a collection of 360° aerial panorama photos taken at 25 different locations in Hungary. The breath-taking pictures were shot about 100-meter high above ground with a quad-copter’s camera. Visitors of the project’s website can easily spin and zoom by their computers’ mouse or by clicking on the +/- buttons of their keyboards. Changing the locations is also easy, just follow the arrows or choose the next place from the list at the bottom of the page. Those who have a smartphone or tablet with gyroscope sensor, can enjoy the view by rotating the device or using it with a virtual helmet.
via origo.hu photos: Márton Prech – relaxvideo.hu