During your visits to the zoo, did you ever wonder what it would feel like to be one of those creatures in the exhibit, looking through your animal eyes at the gawking humans outside?
A Swedish group of multimedia producers have had ample opportunity to make such reflections in the last year. Working with a CD-ROM production featuring the endangered animals at the Skansen-Akvariet, the group has had to spend some time inside the exhibits, taking hundreds of photos, videos and audio recordings.
The pillarstone of the production, however, is the 18-node long QTVR-film which serves as the main navigator in the interface.
Most of the nodes have been shot indoors in dark hallways housing brightly lit aquariums and terrariums.
This panorama of the crocodile pond in a Stockholm Zoo was taken especially for "A Wrinkle In Time" by Bo Jonsson with a Nikon F90 equipped with a 2870 Nikkor lense, a Tripod Welbon and a Kaidan rig.
Bo used this same equipment when he shot the other 17 nodes.
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