360 degrees and 26 Gigapixels of Paris

“Paris 26 Gigapixels” is a project that has stitched together 2346 single photos of Paris, resulting in a very high resolution (354159 x 75570 pixels!) 360 degree panorama view of the French capital.   You can pan manually, or allow it to play on a beautiful slow pan (accompanied by contagious Parisian music); you can zoom in,  and select specific areas and monuments.  You can read more about the project and logistics here.

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