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MACHU PICCHU at 16 Gigapixels - Zoom in and move around !!!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 7190830:MV8yMTIxMzkwXzM1NzkyOTg5XzZDNTc4ODZG] i love pictures like these. i zoomed in on the mountainside that's directly behind the complex and along the 2nd highest part of it (the long slightly-level spine) and there appears to be a few small caves. a couple may just be gaps in foliage or large rocks with shadowy overhangs, but atleast 2 of them look like caves without a doubt. makes me wonder if they are really there, and if they have been explored yet. maybe thats how they got their sky views of the structures. [/quote]
link to www.gigapixelperu.com
Pretty neat if you haven't seen it before.
"The picture was made with the Canon 7D and a 400mm lens. It consists of 1920 pictures with 18 megapixel, which was recorded by a photo-robot in 1 hour and 44 minutes.
With a resolution of 297,500 x 87,500 pixel (15.9 gigapixels) the picture is the highest resolution photo of Machu Picchu ever taken.
Image stitching was done on a MacPro Hexacore 2.67Ghz, 32GB Ram and OCZ 960GB RevoDrive
Render time was 1.5hrs"
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