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Photographers are in the middle of a Gigapixel arms race a push to see who can create the biggest, most detailed image in the world. A recent 80-gigapixel, 360-degree panoramic photo of London a new world record highlights our countdown of the world's biggest images. If printed at home, the London image would be 115 feet long and 56 feet tall (35 meters by 17 meters tall). Wow!
Paris, France Specs:See it!Slide 2 of 21
Paris, France Specs:See it!
Behold the French capital city. The Paris 26-Gigapixel image is an intimate view of the City of Lights and its famous monuments. To create this crisp image, a team of photographers stitched together 2,346 single photos.
See what's going on atop the Eiffel Tower or zoom over to the Panthéon and peer inside the bell tower. The Paris 26-Gigapixel also has an interactive tour of the 20 most beautiful monuments in Paris.Slide 3 of 21
Swiss Alps, Switzerland Specs: See it!Slide 4 of 21
Swiss Alps, Switzerland Specs: See it!
Ever visited the Swiss Alps? Well it doesn't matter because looking at the Swiss Alps 31-Gigapixel image a 360-degree panorama is like standing atop the snowcapped peaks.
The scenic beauty of the mountains is a calm contrast to the bustle of huge city images. Can you find any wildlife lurking downhill?
The panorama gives a sense of solitude, but look over your shoulder you're not alone on the mountain.Slide 5 of 21
Dubai, United Arab Emirates Specs: See it!Slide 6 of 21
Dubai, United Arab Emirates Specs: See it!
The Dubai 45-Gigapixel image captures the essence of Dubai a city on the rise.
Zoom in on any of the high-rises that are under construction or stare off into the surrounding desert.
One person with too much time on their hands even found a Waldo look-alike in this Dubai image. Can you find him too?Slide 7 of 21
Marburg, Germany Specs:See it!Slide 8 of 21