I have decided to "retire" these panoramic images of the Tabernacle since they now a little bit out of date and do not contain latest improvements to my model. Page have also been removed from the page list of the header of the blog.
However, since someone may still find them useful, I'm going to keep all of them in this post for as long as Microsoft will be hosting them on their Photosynth web site.
From now on, please use my Tabernacle Explorer 3D located at this page.
You can click here to open my Photosynth channel.
Here is the view from an Entrance Curtain (Masach) of the Tent of the Tabernacle. You can see inside the Tent Holy (Kodesh) section and the Courtyard simultaneously.
And here is the view from inside the Tent, from the Holy section of the Tent.
Proceeding further inside the Tent of the Tabernacle, you can use this image to see both Holy and the Holy of Hollies (Kodesh ha-Kodashim) sections of the Tent. This view is at the Inner Curtain (The Vail) of the Tent.
And here is the view from the Holy of Hollies itself. On this image you can see the Ark of The Covenant.
And this final panoramic image brings you back outside, into the Courtyard. This view is thirty cubits above the center of the Courtyard, so that you can have an overview of the entire structure.
Here are couple of other panoramic views from inside the Courtyard of the Mishkan.
On this one you can partially see inside the Tent and see the Table of Shewbread. This is a view from off the middle of the Southern side of the Courtyard.
And on this one, you can see the back side (west side) of the Mishkan. This is a view from North West corner of the Courtyard.
This is the view from inside the Courtyard (chatzer) of the Mishkan. Note how courtyard hangings block surrounding desert from the view, making the Tabernacle appear as if it was the only thing in the universe.