You hear the term “museum-quality” as a reference to the top of the top, the cream of the crop. So it’s a very nice complement when a museum says that about PhotoSpherix. Matt got called in at the 11th hour to do some serious coding to keep a monster panorama up and running for the Brooklyn Museum. Not sure if he reinvented the wheel, but as far as coding for panoramas goes, it’s fine art in its own right. Have a look at the finished work, here:
UPDATE: The head honcho over at the Brooklyn Museum had some nice things to say about Matt and PhotoSpherix (and Jook, over at 360VR.com) on their blog.
Check that here: Brooklyn Museum Blog