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Wenyon & Gamble

Michael Wenyon and Susan Gamble were Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artists-in-Residence at Haystack Observatory involved in creating images of the observatory and researchers. Holographic images and 360 degree panoramas are used to convey Wenyon's and Gamble's work "Observing the Observers."

The 360 degree panoramas must be viewed with a Web browser plugin called Quicktime Virtual Reality Version 4.0 (or newer). When you have downloaded the Quicktime VR plugin, you can access the Wenyon and Gamble page at:

Wenyon and Gamble Quicktime VR Panoramas
If you don't have Quicktime version 4.0, still images of the observatory panoramas can be seen here:
Wenyon and Gamble Stills
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