Word about technique used to produce above shown effect: QuickTime VR (virtual reality) (also known as QTVR) is a type of image file format supported by Apple's QuickTime. It allows the creation and viewing of photographically captured panoramas and the exploration of objects through images taken at multiple viewing angles. It functions as a plugin for the standalone QuickTime Player, as well as working as a plugin for the QuickTime Web browser plugin.
Objects VR's are captured from many locations pointing in toward the same central object. The simplest type of Object VRs to capture are single row, typically captured around the equator of an object. This is normally facilitated by a rotating turntable. The object is placed on the turntable, and photographed at equal angular increments (usually 10°) from a camera mounted on a tripod.
Generaly speaking to wiev Object VR's or movies you would need to have that plug in which in most cases is not efficient way to represent something. In order to avoid that problem this VR movie is incorporated into Adobe Flash file (swf) and as such embedded to this page. Since most of people already have installed adobe flash plug ins on their computers, this is so far most efficient solution.