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  • August 1, 2013
    This is a massive 600,000-pixel wide panorama of Tokyo taken from the roof of Tokyo Tower's lower observatory. It's made up of over 8,000 individual shots, and you can zoom in so far you can read the covers of magazines in front of the nearby 7-11. Still haven't spotted any n... / Continue →
  • January 29, 2013
    Note: This is just a picture, and there's a video tour after the jump but the link to the actual interactive panorama is HERE. Photographer Gerald Donovan went and created a 360-degree panorama from atop the Burj Khalifa, the world's currently tallest building. No single pict... / Continue →
  • January 10, 2013
    Note: Very worthwhile higher-res version HERE in case you were hopping to spot a nude sunbather in the park. This is a 3-D composite shot of New York's Central Park and the surrounding buildings stitched together by photographer Sergey Semonov using a bunch of panoramic pictur... / Continue →
  • September 26, 2012
    Because how useful is is a map that doesn't include some explorable underwater reefs (still pretty useful truthfully), Google has begun adding underwater shots to Google Maps, starting with the Great Barrier Reef (links to actual map). I clicked around for awhile hoping to spo... / Continue →
  • October 31, 2011
    Google is going to start offering businesses the opportunity to have the interiors of their stores photographed and available on Google Street View. That way a user can...see the inside of a store? WHAT THE -- A COMIC BOOK STORE WITH COMICS INSIDE?! *brain explodes shooting ... / Continue →
  • October 14, 2011
    This is ball with 36 cameras embedded in its exterior (instead of pubes). When thrown, all the cameras will snap a picture at the ball's apex, which can later be automatically stitched together for a fully spherical panorama. That's like, 360-degrees times 360-degrees. "No... / Continue →