Home of the Tagtool The 2005 Photobloggies London World Record Panoramic Photo: See Big Ben, London Eye, Tower Bridge, and more than you can imagine. About this photo This is an 80-gigapixel panoramic photo, made from 7886 individual images. This panorama was shot from the top of the Centre Point building in central London, in the summer of 2010. We hope that the varied sights and energy of London have been captured here in a way never done before, so that you can experience one of the world's great cities - wherever you may be right now. To control this image, use the controls on the screen or click and hold your mouse button on the photo, and move your mouse around. Your City is Next! If you would like us to create a large gigapixel panorama like you see here, please contact 360Cities. Press Download our press release and media package here. Download press release Download media package How big is this image, really? Why did we make it? How did we make it? I can read license plates and see faces! Will you print this image? Read about these and other questions and answers in the London Gigapixel complete FAQ on our blog. About 360cities.net
The real Tron Lightcycle that can hit 120mph and costs $55,000 By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 16:34 GMT, 16 December 2010 This stunning Tron Lightcycle is science fiction turned fact. The iconic virtual vehicle - driven by computer programs and gamers in the futuristic films - has been recreated in reality by Parker Brothers Choppers. The real-life hubless space-age bike is an amazing recreation of the CGI graphics from the film and is in reality 8ft long, 23-inches wide and 474lbs. Incredibly the Light Cycle is street-legal and can hit speeds of up to 120 miles per hourl A real life Light Cycles made by U.S. bike store Parker Brothers Choppers, based in Florida which sas unveiled ten custom-built vehicles Only five of the machines are being produced by Florida-based Parker Brothers Choppers and cost $55,000 each. Operations manager Jeff Halverson explained: 'It has a TL1000R motor that powers the chain driven friction drive system. 'It can go up to 120 miles per hour but we haven't taken it up to that speed yet. The bike being built in the workshop.
chmod -x chmod Rafael Lozano-Hemmer - Projects "Pan-Anthem" is an interactive sound installation where the national anthem of every country in the World plays back on a movable speaker that is magnetically attached to a large wall. The speakers are precisely arranged to visualize national statistics: population, GDP, area, number of women in parliament, GINI, year of independence, HDI and so on. For example, when the work is configured to show military spending per capita, on the far left of the wall the public can hear the anthems of countries without military forces like Costa Rica, Iceland and Andorra while at the far right they can hear Saudi Arabia, Israel and the United States, which spend more than $2,000 per person per year. If no one is in the exhibition room all the speakers are silent, but as a visitor approaches a particular set of speakers these start playing automatically, creating a positional panoramic playback of anthems associated to similar statistics View Details.
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