Promote Your Large Crowd Event or Online Campaign with an Interactive Gigapixel Panorama
Commission 360Cities to create a super high-resolution panorama of your concert, festival or stadium sports event. Our past gigapixel panoramas have attracted millions of visitors, who can choose to log in via Facebook and tag themselves and their friends.
License one of our previous city gigapixel panoramas, e.g. of London, Tokyo, or Prague, as did Peugeot in the UK to promote the model 3008, Sony-Ericsson Europe did to launch the Xperia, and Samsung in Italy did to launch the Samsung Gallery Camera in 2013. Or commission us to create a brand new gigapixel image of another city!
A unique portrait of London, a dizzying panorama of our capital city captured in unparalleled detail.”
The enormous detail from combining hundreds, if not thousands, of individual photographs stitched together allows the viewer to zoom in and find unexpected scenes.”
This gargantuan, 80 gigapixel panorama of London by photographer Jeffrey Martin has broken the world record as the largest 360-degree photo in existence.”
If you think Google's seven-gigapixel renderings of world famous art museums are impressive, get a load of this."
The great interactivity of a gigapixel photo combined with an online contest can support among other things:
Growth in Your City
If you're an advertising agency, marketing department, tourism board, or want to know more about the conditions for commissioning a gigapixel photo from 360Cities, contact us using the form below. Maybe we'll even shoot for a new world record spherical panorama in the process!
One of the world's largest 360-degree sports panoramic photos. Give the source a bash to tag yourself if you were at the Final or to check who else was there.”
Vlad Savov, ENGADGET
The image is so effective it gives the illusion of standing right inside the 18th century baroque library. It is the kind of magnificent hall where you might stand and wish your eyes could 'zoom in'.”
Emily Allen, DAILY MAIL
It is, to our and the photographer's knowledge, the largest photo ever taken indoors with 280,000 x 140,000 pixels of awesome sauce.”
Robin Wauters, TECHCRUNCH
Exploring a gigapixel image is like a treasure hunt. I use the word “explore” because one doesn't just look at these images, but rather examines and searches.”
Bryan Chan, LA TIMES