London 80 Gigapixels: the largest 360° image, stitched with Autopano Giga software


Thursday 18 November 2010

London 80 Gigapixels

Jeffrey Martin, a panoramic photographer and the founder of 360Cities.net, created the world’s largest 360° image, by shooting 7886 photos over a period of 3 days on summer 2010. This amazing 80-gigapixel view of London was shot from the top of the Centre Point building. The images were stitched using Kolor Autopano Giga softfware on a Fujitsu Celsius workstation.

As London 80 Gigapixels, nearly all largest images in the world were creating using Kolor Autopano Giga image-stitching software: Paris 26 Gigapixels, Dresden 26 Gigapixels, Budapest 70 Gigapixels are also good examples of what can be done today thanks to automated shooting and image-stitching software.

Visit London 80 Gigapixels and take part to the contests proposed on the website.

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4 Responses to “London 80 Gigapixels: the largest 360° image, stitched with Autopano Giga software”

  1. domki w cohemtowie Says:

    Its like you read my mind! You appear to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a bit, but instead of that, this is fantastic blog. A great read. I’ll certainly be back.


  2. Ignatius Says:

    111 Gigapixels in Seville, Spain. New record.


  3. Rami Says:

    You can download the demo version of Autopano Giga on http://www.kolor.com/


  4. haqy Says:

    How can i download that?


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