Beechcraft QuickTime VR Object

FTLComm - Tisdale - Tuesday, June 16, 1998

It is a never ending quest, the advances of technology and of the internet demand that we constantly seek out new worlds, boldy go where no one has gone before. Since we are using the internet to inform and amuse it seems appropriate to continue to find new ways of telling the stories. Today we are looking at a QuickTime VR object, unlike the panoramas which we have presented in the past, the object is a fixed thing which we create the opportunity for the viewer to circle that object looking at it from various angles. In the example today we have only one focal plain and that is enough to get the idea. In the future we will explore more fulling the possiblities of this technology.

Should the image not appear, you require QuickTime 3.0 which can be easily downloaded and installed on your machine, it is free and will enhance the capability of your computer.

This aircraft arrived in Tisdale Monday and is owned by M & J First National Leasing Corporation of Milwaukee Wisconsin. We believe the leasee is a contractor involved with the construction of the new UGG inland terminal project. This is a Beechcraft KingAir C90A and is one of the most common corporate aircraft in use today. Capable of sustained high altitude flight this aircraft is a mini turbo-jet airliner. The two engines are Pratt and Whitney PT-6 engines built by Pratt and Whitney Canada.