It's Day 1 of our 3-day Walk With Us project at Mamawmatawa Holistic Education Centre in Constance Lake First Nation. What a cool group of Grade 9's! Students learned how to capture 360' imagery today and will be heading out in the community tomorrow morning to take pictures of their hometown to contribute to the … Continue reading Walk With Us Project in Constance Lake FN: Day 1
Walk With Us, made possible by CreeGeo and Mushkegowuk Council, will be heading to Constance Lake First Nation the week of March 25th.
Walk With Us will be visiting Taykwa Tagamou Nation on Saturday, June 23rd to capture Street View imagery of the community! We'll be meeting in front of the band office at 1:00 pm, so if you're in the neighborhood, please say hello and learn more about the Walk With Us project. WWU thanks Chief Bruce Archibald … Continue reading Walk With Us visiting Taykwa Tagamou Nation June 23, 2018
Walk With Us held our May 3rd meeting at the Timmins Museum's DGTL Creator Studio. Under the guidance of Tyler Levesque; Julian, Natalie and Neebin learned about lighting techniques using LEDGO equipment and portable reflectors - and therefore how to take the perfect selfie. 😉 Click the Spark story below for a glimpse into our … Continue reading Walk With Us partners with DGTL Creator Studio
It's finally March, and that means the official start of the seasonal cycle in the Omushkego culture. In the Omushkego Cycle of Life (Ininiwi Pimatisiwin), there are six seasons, beginning with Spring, or Sikwan. Next comes the Blooming of the Earth (Miloskamin), then Summer (Nipin), Autumn (Takwakin), Freezing Up (Mikishaw) and finally, Winter (Pipon). Spring … Continue reading Spring Clean-Up with Litterati and Google Maps
As part of a new online course at the ACCESS Centre here in Timmins, Ontario, I was asked to give two half-day workshops at the end of the month. The students will learn how to use the Ricoh Theta S camera along with the Google Street View app in order to take 360' images at … Continue reading Ricoh Theta S + Google Street View
I thought I'd create a brief, no-talky screencast about how to embed your own Google Street View images into a WordPress site. You can embed these interactive images into any site that supports iframe; I just demonstrated using WP as I personally use this platform. If you have ever taken 360 photos with your phone … Continue reading Embedding your SV images from Google Maps into WordPress