in 2006, Georama is a South Australian company
based in North Adelaide.
Our team has
strengths in innovation, technical consulting,
systems engineering, network architecture,
network management and internet technologies.
This broad level technical experience and
capability enables many innovative solutions
to be developed, and several special projects
degree high resolution panorama
immersive and interactive full screen
and megapixel photography
quality panorama prints on paper and
360 degree and still photography
In 2006 Georama developed street walkthroughs
of Adelaide using panorama photographs ("The
Adelaide Georama"). This was months before
Google Street View.
In July 2010 Georama
were the acknowledged first in the world to
develop multiple panoramas in a single virtual
tour for iPad and iPhone. Using the latest
HTML5/CSS3 technology, tours are displayed
directly in the web browser with no plugins or
applications needed. Automatic detection by
our servers enables access via a single web
address for all devices.
Georama is also available for special
projects, technical consulting and online
media. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with
details of your
requirements and ideas for your projects.
In November 2012, Georama satisfied the
requirements for the Australian Tourism
Accreditation Program and can now display the
TQUAL and ATAP logos. So we have the
Australian Tourism 'tick' of quality assurance
- Trust the Tick!
Georama is also an engineering contracting
company. A brief overview of our personnel
is given below and detailed resumes are
available by request.
Stephen White, the Georama director, won
a Distinguished Alumni Award from Monash
University in 2001 and was the original
creator of Adam Internet working with Greg
Hicks. His expertise in internet
technologies, systems engineering and
mathematics was gained through management
experience in the rigorous Defence
environment on JORN, AEW&C and the Air
Warfare Destroyer Alliance.
Chas Adlard, the Georama Operations Manager
and professional photographer, has a varied
background across many industries, including
service in the RAAF and the SA government.
Chas is a published author, a member of both
the International VR Photographers
Association (IVRPA) and the International
Association of Panoramic Photographers
(IAPP) and won seven Bronze Awards in the
Epson International Photographers Pano
Awards in 2012 and 2011.
Chris Adlard, the Systems Engineer and web
designer, also has a Defence background and
has held both functional and management
roles in many large projects, including
Jindalee, Mobilesat, AP-3C, and Wedgetail,
specializing in Configuration Management,
Quality Management, Process Improvement and
Information Systems. Chris carries out the
digital photographic processing and back end
engineering for the virtual tours.
Our contact address:
PO Box 463,
0417 803 260
Our ACN number is:
122 148 878
Georama is a member of the International VR
Georama is also a member of the International
Association of Panoramic Photographers
regular contributors to the World Wide
showcases the work of the best VR Panorama
photographers in the world
Chas Adlard, Georama Operations Manager
and main photographer, won five Bronze Awards
at the 2012 Epson International Panoramic
Chas also won
two Bronze Awards at the 2011 Epson
International Panoramic Photography Competition:
AND CONDITIONS FORPANORAMA
PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIRTUAL TOURS
Orders may be
made by telephone, by email or fax. Work will
commence once the order has been received from
the customer and an appointment at the
property has been made. The customer is
responsible for arranging access to the
property at which the work is to be carried
out and the property should be set up ready
for the photography.
Cancellations or postponements should be
provided by telephone, fax or e-mail within 24
hours of the booked date, otherwise an
administration charge of $50 may be payable,
extenuating circumstances excepted.
Georama will make every effort to process and
host the photographs promptly and as agreed with
the customer. The photographs will be considered
both delivered by Georama and accepted by the
customer when a CD-Rom containing all
photographic images and associated web pages
have been physically received by the customer
and/or all files have been electronically hosted
by Georama and the customer notified.
Prices quoted by Georama are subject to change
at any time. Georama will honour the price
quoted for any existing orders and inform
customers of future changes to prices. We are
happy to travel across South Australia and
interstate if requested. If goods and services
are required to be rendered outside the Adelaide
metropolitan area the customer will be quoted in
advance for reasonable travel expenses. Multiple
visits for quotes and to suit customer
arrangements and/or extended waiting times may
incur extra charges.
An invoice will be issued with the CD containing
the photographs and virtual tour.
Full payment is due no later than 30 days after
invoice date unless otherwise agreed. Georama
may apply a late fee to any accounts not paid
within 30 days of the due date.
Georama does not accept credit card payments.
Payments may be made by cash, cheque, or
electronic funds transfer (EFT).
Copyright of immersive images and other files
will reside with Georama. Georama holds all
rights to the intellectual property and to the
techniques employed to produce the photographs.
Georama reserves the right to apply a discreet
trademark to all virtual tours.