London 80 Gigapixel Panorama

Here is an amazing (WORLD RECORD) spherical 80 gigapixel panorama of London shot by friend and 360 Cities founder Jeffrey Martin.

Click here to view the World Record 80 Gigapixel London Panorama

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A few months ago Jeffrey came to stay for a week, and I was delighted to spend 3/4 days assisting him at the top of center point. It was magical to say the least, you feel like you have the whole of London at your toes, and it must be one of the best views of London, and real experience at all times of day.

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Jeffrey’s incredible image comprised of 7886 high-resolution individual photos, was shot with a 400mm lens, and is 360 degrees wide. What makes this image all the more remarkable was the camera was not panning around the nodal point, which reduces bad stitching and parallax. It was shot from every corner of the building. Also stitching a panorama like this requires requires and enormous amount of computer power, a computer donated by Fujitsu comprised of dual 6-core CPUs, 192GB of RAM, and a 4GB graphics card, took six weeks to stitch !

Here are some nice images I took.

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Here is today’s press from the London paper ‘Metro’.

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Here are some panoramas I took during the shoot.

Jeffrey Martin On Center Point During 80 Gigapixel Panorama Shoot in London

Corner of Center Point – Jeffrey Martin’s London 80 Gigapixel Panorama in London

Between Center and Point – Jeffrey Martin 80 Gigiapixel London Shoot in London

Jeffrey Martin and Tom Mills watching sunset at Center Point in London

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