Ready to be blown away? Check out this 600,000 pixels wide panorama shot of Tokyo, Japan

Ten months ago, my buddy Jeffrey Martin from 360Cities went to Tokyo to shoot some (well, 8,000) photos from a rooftop on the Tokyo Tower, in only a few hours time.

It took him a lot of time and effort to turn all of those into this jaw-dropping 600,000 pixels wide panorama shot (in a single image file, no less), and I think it needs to be shared and admired by many.

I invite you to take a look and zoom in like a madman, to see just how stunningly high-res the 360-degree panorama shot really is, but to give you an idea:

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Some of the details you can spot are 25 kilometres (that’s more than 15 miles) away, Martin says.

Amazing, isn’t it? Check out the accompanying video for more goodness:

You can explore the shot in all its glory here, but don’t forget to share.

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2 thoughts on “Ready to be blown away? Check out this 600,000 pixels wide panorama shot of Tokyo, Japan

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