London skyline becomes largest 360 degree photo
A photographer has stitched together 7,886 high-resolution images of London to create the world's largest 360-degree photo.
Jeffrey Martin says his 80 gigapixel panorama is so big it would measure 35m long and 17m tall if printed at normal photographic resolution.
It's said the images took three days to take, from the top of the 36 floor high Centre Point building at the crossroads of Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road, using a DSLR camera with a 400mm lens.
Super-powerful computers were then required to put the images together and the results have been published online for you to zoom in and out of… and believe us, you won't be able to stop yourself.
Image by Jeffrey Martin, www.360cities.net