Sunday I shot 22 vertical images with my K-5 and da40 from the summit of a nearby mountain to make a panorama. The static panorama stitched up nicely and I'm fairly happy with it despite some hazy conditions due to wildfires elsewhere. But I wanted a better way to view it and did some searching. Microsoft has a neat solution that I still may try but it relies on Silverlight which I know doesn't always play nice on all platforms. What I found was a site that would take a reduced version of my 183 MP file and make it an interactive 360 panorama. I'm pretty impressed with it. My only real complaint is that I had to reduce the size of the file considerably so the level of zoom isn't what it could be. I may try the MS solution to address that but in the mean time check this out. After following the image link below drag to pan and use your scroll wheel to zoom; be sure to click the arrow in the upper right to go full screen. I thought it was pretty neat especially considering it's free. I tried to embed it but that doesn't seem to work here so click the image to go to the interactive version. Does anyone have a better way to do this that would allow higher resolution and still be compatible with different computer platforms? I'm not looking for a paid service, at least not yet. If this had income potential I'd consider it but for now it's more of a novelty.