Dive into an interactive experience world Emden/Bremen mouse click photorealistic and interactive in the heady world of the UNESCO world natural heritage Wadden Sea dive that allows the created as cubic photo. The initiators the beauty and ecological importance of this Habitat in its range on a fascinating and unique form is this non-commercial website experience, experience and explore. This is our gift to the 1st anniversary of the Wadden Sea as world heritage”, said Holger Weber, Managing Director of cubic photo m GmbH from Bremen at the weekend at the launch of the new homepage at the Upstalsboom Parkhotel Emden. The project, which is based on a new Internet technology developed by the Bremen-based company, was drawn up Wadden Sea in coordination with UNESCO, the common Wadden Sea Secretariat, as well as the National Park. As the Upstalsboom-have also helps the development step 1 group (Emden) their financial commitment. Bodo Janssen, “Managing the Upstalsboom Hotel + Leisure GmbH & co.
KG (Emden), spoke of an unprecedented experience portal with a high information content that will fascinate a wide layer of people: Wadden Sea is an impressive gift for the birthday and a real quality leap in the representation of the world natural heritage.” Instead of an idyllic pictures of the Wadden Sea, there is now a real experience with a high content. Hope everyone on the comprehensive support of the industry, associations and people along the North Sea coast, which could promote the project through the purchase of pixels for the further development of the information portal. Thus a part of our dream goes online, where we have been working about a year”, Weber said. However, implementing this dream at all costs while time and money”, is an affair of the heart. Impressions fascinating the photographers received their worldwide work by the natural wonders of the world: we are convinced that this fascination by the cubic photo experience on others People will jump over.” The objective is to promote the understanding of ecological relationships in unique habitats through an interactive, informative and visually extraordinary appearance playful and exciting.