Jeffrey Martin, panoramic photographer and founder of photography site 360Cities, just created the world's largest photo of Tokyo. The image 600,000 pixels wide, and it's a composite made from over 8000 photos. It took Jeffery two days to capture the entire scene from the Tokyo Tower's lower observatory roof using a Canon 7D DSLR and 400mm lens mounted on a Clauss Rodeon gigapixel robot.
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Got a minute? Why not watch chalk artist Chris Carlson draw the bridge of the Starship Enterprise with a view of some very dangerous invaders? Chris drew the scene as a cyclorama inside a cylindrical platform to create the 3D effect.