The World’s Largest 360-degree Sports Photo

While the football fans among you were following Manchester City and Stoke City battling it out for this year's FA Cup yesterday at Wembley Stadium in London, 360 Cities founder Jeff Martin was pitch-side capturing a 20-gigapixel photo of the crowd - the largest-yet 360-degree photo of a sports event. The image has now been … Continue reading The World’s Largest 360-degree Sports Photo

Presidential Gallery in the National Museum of the US Air Force

This article is a guest post by David Mariotti. Panorama photo credits by the author. Visitors to the Presidential Gallery hanger at the Air Force Museum must register and show identification before they can board a shuttle bus to the gallery, which is in Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Once in the hanger, cameras can come out … Continue reading Presidential Gallery in the National Museum of the US Air Force

Editors’ Picks – April 2011 – Part 4

It is not over yet! We've managed to find much more great panoramas for yet another Editors' Pick blog post. See also part 1, part 2 and part 3. Click the images to open interactive versions. Photo credits by Ruediger Kottmann - Jan Koehn - Mark Weber - kobashi - Hamnoy Yoshi.JP - Tomasz Makarewicz - Andrei Zdetoveţchi - Mario Gaetano Brucculeri - Tanja Barnes - Marek Kosiba … Continue reading Editors’ Picks – April 2011 – Part 4

Japan Earthquake panoramas in Google Earth

In an effort to continue to help keep people informed about the extent of the tragedy that has recently struck Japan, Google Earth has added panorama photos of post-earthquake zones. These photos come from 360cities and can be found in the “Photos” layer in Google Earth, along with other 360cities and Panoramio photos. These dramatic … Continue reading Japan Earthquake panoramas in Google Earth