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Browsing articles tagged with " Prag"
Mrz 30, 2011

Die Prager Strahover Bibliothek in 40 Gigapixel

Die Prager Strahover Bibliothek in 40 Gigapixel: Alle die mal eben schnell virtuell in die Prager Bibliothek Strahover reisen möchten, sollten jetzt weiter lesen und den folgenden Links folgen. Die coolen Arbeiten der Jungs von 360Cities, habe ich vor einiger Zeit schon irgendwo gesehen und bin seit her ein Fan und surfe immer mal wieder bei ihnen vorbei. Nun gibt es wieder etwas Neues, faszinierenderes als die ewigen Strände der Welt die ich mir auf deren Page immer angesehen habe. Also nichts gegen Strände –ich liebe Strände –wegen Stränden lebe ich! Aber nur vom schauen wird man halt auch nicht stat. Ne! 360Cities haben einen Panoramashot mit 40 Giga Pixel der Philosopiehalle in der berühmten Prager Strahover Bibliothek geschossen. Dieses 360 Grad Foto ist nach eigenen Angaben von 360cities das größte indoor Foto der Welt. Wie auch immer die Geschichte ist super spannend und die Bilder gestochen scharf und mich faszinieren solche Sachen immer wieder. Aber schaut es euch selber an und überzeugt euch.