A 180 Gigapixel Panoroma of Tokyo

This photo of the Japanese capital is the second largest panorama ever photographed. With a size of 180 gigapixel, the work of photographer Jeffrey Martin is pure awesomeness.



It took two days for Jeffrey Martin to make the shot 360 degrees (up to 8000 pictures). The final image is 600,000 pixels wide. It took several hours for Jeffrey Martin to take all necessary pictures from the Tokyo Tower, and more than four months to edit and set up to achieve this impressive document.

This is not the first time he has made such a  feat: he currently holds the record for the largest panorama in history for a photograph taken from the BT Tower in London in 2012, with a size of 320 gigapixel.


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