Strahov Monastery, Prague in 40 Gigapixel: World Largest Indoor Photo!

This phenomenal 360-degrees photo (2,947 pictures stitched together). It's, the largest photo ever taken indoors with 280,000 x 140,000 pixels of awesomesauce."This one is a bit smaller -- 40 gigapixels -- but it's still a record -- it's, as far as we've been able to see, the largest interior photo ever made."The photo was taken […]

This phenomenal 360-degrees photo (2,947 pictures stitched together). It's, the largest photo ever taken indoors with 280,000 x 140,000 pixels of awesomesauce.

"This one is a bit smaller -- 40 gigapixels -- but it's still a record -- it's, as far as we've been able to see, the largest interior photo ever made."

The photo was taken by photographer and 360cities founder Jeffrey Martin, and shows the interior of the magnificent, 18th-century baroque library you can find inside the Strahov Monastery in Prague, Czech Republic.

The details, for the fans, courtesy of Martin:

The photo is 40 gigapixels (40,000 megapixels); 280,000 x 140,000 pixels; made of 2947 images joined together; used a Canon 550D and 200mm lens; print size 23m x 11m; stitched file size 280GB; cut into 85,000 tiles for web delivery.

For more background, head on over to Wired.

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