Olympic Opening Ceremonies will be Captured in 20-Gigapixel Photo

Olympic Opening Ceremonies will be Captured in 20-Gigapixel Photo

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Tara Bellucci
Jul 27, 2012
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
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(Image: via Wired)

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