At 600,000 pixels wide, Jeffrey Martin’s panoramic image of Tokyo would measure 164 feet (50 meters) by 328 feet (100 meters) if printed at photographic resolution. That’s means it’s the second largest photo in the world behind another one of Martin’s images: the panorama of London taken from the BT Tower.
The Tokyo interactive is comprised of thousands of photos shot from three different locations atop Tokyo Tower. Each section was stitched together to make a single, full 360-degree panorama.
The detail is amazing, allowing users to enjoy views like this:
And then zoom into this:
Try it out for yourself below, over view it in its own window here.