To contribute a 360 spherical panoramic image to the group for educational use, you must request membership. Once you are approved, you can upload spherical panoramic images to your own Flickr account and add them to the group, if you change the licensing to Creative Commons Attribution – NonCommercial – NoDerivs license ( BY-NC-ND) and allow downloading.
In addition to sharing images among members of the group, Kathy has started some great discussions to help educators interested in taking the VR journey. If you’re looking to engage in conversations about cameras, apps or just about anything related to creating reusable 360/VR images you will definitely find the discussions within the Flickr group to be of high interest. Check out 360 Images for Schools on Flickr and be part of this growing effort to create a collection of panoramic images for schools!
Join Our 360/VR Interactive Image Slam
We will kickoff the series with Kathy’s spotlight session. Joining Kathy will be a lineup of amazing ThingLink Expert Educators whose work is sure to inspire! Join Kathy Schock, Jodie Johnston, Dan Gallagher, Laura Moore and Christi Collins for a look at great ways to use ThingLink 360/VR in the classroom!
Join Us for the ThingLink Summer VR Challenge
Sign up for the ThingLink Summer VR Challenge.