VR-Objects are a series of frames that you,the viewer,can interact with by rotating an object or otherwise moving the image. Feel free to “click and drag”on any image…
Fortis Watch Company-This is an example of a simple,single-row,auto-rotating VR Object . Click and drag your mouse on the image to move it or use the controls.

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Georgio Armani Perfumes
Another simple VR-Object with a spin.  This was one of several products commissioned for the Armani websites.

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Kitchen Aid Mixer

This is an example of a “multi-row”VR-Object.  You can grab the image and move it up and down and sideways –any direction you desire.  This was done as a test for Kitchen Aid but,6 years ago,it was much too large for internet usage.  That is no longer true but be warned it is a somewhat large file and may take a while to load.

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Virgin Alantic First Class ChairPlacing a two person chair on a motorized turntable was quite a challenge as part of the Virgin Atlantic project.  This is an example of animating a sequence of stills to tell the story.
This was a small portion of a project for Virgin Atlantic when they upgraded their first class facilities in major airports and onboard their 747s.  I slept in this chair on many flights en-route to the terminals in which VR-Panoramic Tours were implemented (see VR-Panoramas on this site).

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http://www.lesjorgensen.com/wp-content/vr/virgin/Virgin Atlantic First Class Chair.html
American Ballet TheatreThis was a CD collaboration with Jay Martin,choreographer,and Veronica Lynn,principle dancer for the ABT.  Several moves,some on a turntable were documented to be placed in an interactive /instructional CD for the ABT
Vitra ChairThis was a series of animations for the Vitra International Corporation.

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Canon Copiers (model 9000)
This was a project for Canon’s intra-net and internet sales initiatives.  I photographed every single copier showing functionality on two levels (rows).  You can drag up and down on the image to see two stages of interaction.

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Aldo Shoes (Das Boot)“Das Boot”,as we called it,was a test for the Italian Shoe company,Aldo,trying to express the tag-line,“From City to Country Wear”.  This was quite a challenge as it involved several programs including Photoshop,After Effects,Morph and others to produce.

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Panther –Asia SocietyThis is an example of several VR-Objects done for the Asia Society.  This is a jade panther circa 3000B.C. and is about 3″long.

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Stihl Wood Boss Chain SawThis was a commission for the entire line of Stihl chain saws.  Note that this does not rotate all the way around but only partially.  Also there is a zoom function (use the +/- controls and,once you are zoomed in you can use the shift key to reposition the image).

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Hugo Boss Cosmetics- A complex VR where the zoom function is a part of the capture process.

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Matrix Hair Care-It’s all about the hair for some 30 models and the circus that surrounds them

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Television-

In the future all televisions will look like this…

A multi-row VR-Object

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Liquid Pour Test-
This is an example of a vertical single-row VR Object where you click and drag the mouse up and down to make the object move.(click on the image to the right to open the VR in a new window)

Linhof 2×3 bellows camera

This animation was done for the Linhof corporation and this is my favorite camera.  It folds down to a 6in x 6in x 2in square,packs into a backpack and adapts to all my PhaseOne gear.

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