This page contains a VR model which requires a java-enabled browser. Netscape communicator supports java on many platforms.
Drag mouse to rotate tree

Virtual reality captivates us today. As the web grows increasingly commercial, logos burn and 7-up cans spin, but some of us are still at work making different content. We like trees, the garden, flowers and woods. We like to celebrate the beauty of our world and we're developing the technology to do it. We've developed the Freedom VR applet for embedding VR objects, like the viburnum tree above, in web pages.

You can view our four full size models by following the links below. All were made in the late spring of 1997 in Ithaca, New York. The two statues were photographed in a sculpture garden at the Cornell Plantations. The dogwood lives in a yard across from our house, and was the first model we made and the origional inspiration for creating Freedom VR. The viburnum is a larger version of the tree at the top of this page.

If you'd like to use this free applet to embed objects in your web page, see the Freedom VR page for documentation and download information. If you'd like to see what other people have created with it, from an art gallery you can walk around to ray- traced models to panoramas, have a look at our samples page.

Tall Statue Wide Statue Dogwood Viburnum