How big is the 320 gigapixel photo of London?

October 5, 2019 Off By idswater

How big is the 320 gigapixel photo of London?

The 320 gigapixel image, taken by photography firm 360Cities, comprises of 48,640 individual frames which have been collated into a single panorama. The images were taken after the end of London 2012, the first digital Games.

Where was the 80 gigapixel shot in London?

Click and Drag to Move the Panorama Around. This is an 80-gigapixel panoramic photo, made from 7886 individual images. This panorama was shot from the top of the Centre Point building in central London, in the summer of 2010.

When did the 360° gigapixel Pano come out?

Juventus inaugurated a new stadium with a 360Cities gigapixel pano in 2011, and we helped them celebrate victory in the Italian Serie A with another in May 2012. Bundesliga arch rivals Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund fought it out in front of a bloodthirsty Schalke crowd in May 2012. Check out the roar of the crowd in the pano soundtrack.

How many people have visited the gigapixel panorama?

Our past gigapixel panoramas have attracted millions of visitors, who can choose to log in via Facebook and tag themselves and their friends.

How big is the BT Tower 360 panorama?

Taken after the end of the London 2012 Games, it’s your chance to share your favourite views of the capital and to document London’s year in the global spotlight. The 320 gigapixel image – taken by expert photography firm 360Cities – comprises 48,640 individual frames which have been collated into a single panorama by a supercomputer.

How big is the BT Tower in London?

If printed at normal photographic resolution, the BT Tower panorama would be 98 meters across and 24 meters tall, almost as big as Buckingham Palace. In comparison, the last record attempt for a London panorama was 80 gigapixels, taken from Centrepoint in 2010.

How big is the 360 degree view of London?

The image shows a full 360 degree view of London in incredible detail. The 320 gigapixel image, taken by expert photography firm 360Cities, comprises more than 48,000 individual frames which have been collated into a single panorama by a powerful workstation.