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80 Gigapixel 360 panoramic of London
#1
this is pretty cool  8)

http://www.360cities.net/london-photo-en.html


check out the stats

http://blog.360cities.net/london-gigapix...tent=link1
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#2
That's pretty cool, especially when you see how far you can zoom in  8)
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#3
Very good, i saw another one of these a while back. Just been searching for work but its behind a building.
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#4
Awesome - a great time waster - I can look at those for hours!
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#5
I spotted lots of a/c that i installed....   funny to look at....

Guessing it was taken from the old post office tower
Mei securis turpe meus vox<br />            
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#6
Centre Point tower apparently
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#7
Makes you wonder, technology like this available to commercial users etc, imagine the type of technology the military and FBI etc have available for surveillance etc. Pretty incredible that face recognition can be made from that site of people probably a mile away. Very cool
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#8
&quot;Si.Ozzy&quot; Wrote:Makes you wonder, technology like this available to commercial users etc, imagine the type of technology the military and FBI etc have available for surveillance etc. Pretty incredible that face recognition can be made from that site of people probably a mile away. Very cool

Technology is available to anyone that can afford it.
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#9
All that was used was a DSLR with a 400mm lens on a robotic head and then all the individual images stiched together.
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