CoRE 2013: 360° Panoramas

[Editor’s Note: We’re happy to have photographer Michael Holden documenting the art and experience of Burning Man for you this year, and posting regular submissions to the Burning Blog. You can find all his posts by clicking here. Enjoy!]

 The 2013 CORE installations burn tonight. In about four hours. Yikes. I made these panoramas of each of the four CORE groups this morning because I wouldn’t get another chance. Click the image below to check ‘em out. For best results, follow the instructions on the next page.

2013 CoRE Project 360° Panoramas

 

On that note, I’m going to change into my burn clothes and double check my gear, because at the stroke of 9 o’oclock tonight, these installations are gonna burn, big-time.  Should have pics of that later tonight.

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About the author: Michael Holden

Michael Holden is a photographer, DJ, engineer and Regional Contact in Seattle, WA. Rites of Passage is his 12th burn. He likes chihuahuas, sushi, open source content management and commerce software and destroying delicate and expensive electronics in a variety of harsh environments. Ask him anything by emailing michael@superpod.com.

2 thoughts on “CoRE 2013: 360° Panoramas

  • Thanks for the post, I went into the playa on the 29th and spend majority of the day time setting up my tent.
    As a solo virgin burner, I didn’t know they burn something every nite and miss to see the core art in the day time and only catch the a few pieces during their burning moment.

    With your interactive panoramas, I feel like I was there.
    Thx a million!!!

    Till next burn!! Take care!!

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