The Strahov Monastery Library in 40 Gigapixels



Jeff Martin of 360cities has produced the largest indoor photograph ever: a 40-gigapixel, 360-degree image of the main hall of the 868-year-old Strahov monastery library in Prague, Czech Republic. Almost 3,000 images were shot over five days and then stitched together to make the mega-picture. You can take a tour of the picture, swing all the way around, and zoom in on interesting details. Link to image. Link to story. -via The Daily What

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