If you're one of the lucky few to have tickets to the opening ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympics, remember to check for spinach in your teeth. Getty Images will take a 20-gigapixel shot of the entire stadium that will allow for zoom and tagging yourself. Normally something so large would take days to upload, but a partnership with Fujitsu means the giant photo will be online the next morning.
In other news, Architizer has a guide to the Olympic buildings, and there's a whole lotta 80s-era purple in a Texas home for sale. See the headlines after the jump.
• Getty plans huge 20-gigapixel image of London 2012 opening ceremonies | Wired UK
• Olympic Round-Up: A Guide To The Venues Of London 2012 | Architizer
• Behold Texas' Utterly Mindboggling Purple People Eater | Curbed
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