80 Gigapixel 360 Degree Panorama of London is Largest of Its Kind

Jeffrey Martin spent three days shooting a massive 80 gigapixel panorama of London, which is now the largest 360-degree panorama in the world. He writes,

This is an 80-gigapixel panoramic photo, made from 7886 individual images. This panorama was shot from the top of the Centre Point building in central London, in the summer of 2010. We hope that the varied sights and energy of London have been captured here in a way never done before, so that you can experience one of the world’s great cities – wherever you may be right now.

It’s pretty crazy how you can zoom into individual windows and clearly see people walking on sidewalks.

London 80 Gigapixels (via Gizmodo)

  • Alex_aac14

    how did this picture be labeled as 360? its more of a 180 to me. You cant be seriously telling me that the road at the center goes straight to the road on the lower left corner because the building in the middle of them is not telling the same story

  • Rob Sheridan

    There’s potential here for the most frustrating game of “Where’s Waldo?” ever made. I would’ve definitely Photoshopped him in somewhere if I was the photographer.

  • Me

    this is a great photograph, spot the beggar might work instead of “Where Waldo”
    shot of the building it was taken from is here

  • Adrian

    Well done, the patience it must take to pull off one of these is huge!

  • Ian Crane

    This is a crop from the full 360, follow the link to see the full image.

  • Vosyl

    This is not the biggest. The really biggest is Sugar Loaf – 152 Gigapixels:

    See 10 Largest photos of the world:

  • Anonymous

    I like these city gigapixel images, but for real details you need individual gigapixel images, like this one for the Eiffel Tower. You get to see real detail.

  • Torontointer

    this is really great photo because its full 360 degree… i just found this new 45 Gigapixel 360 panorama form Toronto… This makes second largest of its kind in world and 1st in Canada to date.