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We started with five ordinary photographs of the church taken from different angles. Calculations were then done to work out the horizontal and vertical lines that we were sure about. VRML technology was then used to calculate a wire frame version of the church from every possible angle. Sections of the photos were then distorted to create 'straight on' versions of each wall, roof surface etc. Finally the whole thing was put back together and as the user drags the church around in 3d space the image is recreated 'on the fly'. The whole thing took about four days work.

 

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