This is something I’m still playing with, 360° panoramic pictures are becoming more popular for websites allowing user interaction and offering something a bit different from a still image or video. With a variety of applications such as stately homes and architectural VR to allowing estate agents an option to show rooms in more detail.
Below is a panorama shot in The Russell Chantry in Lincoln Cathedral. This small chapel was decorated by Duncan Grant in 1958 with a set of murals depicting St Blaise, the patron saint of wool workers.
Right click on the picture and you also get different view options.
Finally, here’s a link to another view I shot, this time St Hugh’s Choir, one of the earliest examples of English gothic style and is distinguished by the “crazy vaults” -the first example of a tierceron vault.