Peerless panorama of Tokyo, 150 gigapixel: so you have not seen it yet




Peerless panorama of Tokyo, 150 gigapixel: so you have not seen it yet

Everyone wants to visit the capital of Japan. But for many, this desire is not only unattainable, but also expensive. A great way to see the beauty of Tokyo Panoramic proposed local photographer. The impressive 150-gigapixel panoramic image instantly transports you to one of the most modern cities of Asia.

More than six hours photographer and founder Jeffrey Martin was on the lookout Television Tower Tokyo Tower, to get a wide panorama of 600,000 pixels. Survey was conducted by a special robotic machines Clauss Rodeon, which made DSLR-camera Canon 7D with a 400-millimeter telephoto lens to move around and take pictures with a frequency of more than one frame per second. Later obtained photographs were combined into one huge panorama angle of 360 degrees.

It took three months of high-performance computer with Fujitsu 192 GB of RAM, two 4-core Xeon processors and a graphics card with 4 GB of memory on board to ensure that bring together 10,000 individual photos taken by Martin.

See the 360-degree panorama of Tokyo here or on the video below.

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