London 2012 Olympic Games: Tag yourself in the gigapixel panorama of the 100m final with Usain Bolt!


Thursday, August 9th, 2012
We have previously mentioned the gigapixel panorama of the 100m Final with Usain Bolt (August 5, 2012) by Henry Stuart, stitched with Autopano Giga. A new version is available, with Facebook tagging enabled: you can zoom in and tag yourself in the 100m final gigapixel panorama thanks to your Facebook account. Your avatar will then appear in the giant image, not very far from the winner Usain Bolt!

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London 2012 Olympic Games: Gigapixel panorama of the 100m Final with Usain Bolt (August 5, 2012) ©Henry Stuart/Getty Images, stitched with Autopano Giga


Monday, August 6th, 2012
Breaking news! Photographer Henry Stuart has just published a new gigapixel photo of London 2012 Olympics showing the 100m Final where we saw Usain Bolt won. Once again, Henry used Autopano Giga image-stitching software to create this giga photo and we are very proud of that. Discover this incredible panorama of the 100m final.

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London 2012 Olympic Games: Gigapixel panorama of the Horse Guards Parade Beach Volleyball (July 29, 2012) ©Henry Stuart/Getty Images, stitched with Autopano Giga


Friday, August 3rd, 2012
British photographer Henry Stuart creates for Getty Images gigapixel photos of London 2012 Olympic Games. Here is his first gigapixel panorama of the games shot on July 29, 2012.

Henry Stuart, that we interviewed on the occasion of his gigapixel panorama of the royal wedding of William and Kate, used Autopano Giga image-stitching software to create this giga photo of the beach volleyball match.

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London Eye 360: a 360° time-lapse video by Henry Stuart – stitched using Autopano


Thursday, February 16th, 2012
Henry Stuart took advantage of the London Eye maintenance week to create an awesome, 360° view of London using the time-lapse technique applied to panoramic photography. Henry shot a full panorama every 30 seconds, during 24 hours. All 3.000 panoramas were stitched using Kolor Autopano Giga software. You can interact with the video by moving at 360° and choose the “little planet” view.

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