Interpretive Photospheres for Environmental Inquiry on SSU Campus
We created a 360-degree photosphere of scenic locations on the Sonoma State University campus. Using a standard iPhone and Google Street View we created photospheres, which we then annotated with species profiles for some of the organisms that live in this habitat. This project helps us better understand the biodiversity on the Sonoma State campus.
We completed our project through the use of our cell phone cameras, which we used to capture both still photos, panoramic 360 photos, as well as videos of our photosphere locations. We observed wildlife and photographed them in the natural environment.
|Interpretive Photospheres for Environmental Inquiry on SSU Campus||posters||Ashlee McCallum, Deja Crockett, Charlené Powell, Homero Arellano, Alejandra Loreto, Apryl Chalmers, Amara Del Prato, Kasey Alaniz, Diego Rivera, Freddie White, Giorgina Simmons Ponce, Amy Huerta Alvarado, Nicholas Slankard, Sanaya Roberts, Faviola Sanchez, Chinye Nkadi, Kevin Avila Mendoza, Xitlalic Vital, Elizabeth Galindo, Krittanna Phumjam, Alyannah Waiganjo|