360cities

  • How To Enable Panorama Mode On Your iPhone – No Jailbreak Required

    How To Enable Panorama Mode On Your iPhone – No Jailbreak Required

    By now you probably know there’s a hidden camera feature that people can enable on iOS 5 devices, allowing users to snap photos in panorama mode (see video). However, to enable the hidden feature your device needed to be jailbroken. But as it turns out, you can actually get panorama mode working on your iOS 5 device without jailbreaking it. Read More

  • WTF
    Amazing Panoramic Photos Of Hiroshima After The Atomic Bomb Blast

    Amazing Panoramic Photos Of Hiroshima After The Atomic Bomb Blast

    Every once in a while, we interrupt our regular live coverage of breaking news about Internet companies from around the world to highlight amazing photography. In 2009, we featured the world’s largest spherical photo, and earlier this year, the world’s largest photo ever taken indoors. Today, 360Cities published a series of historical 360° photos of Hiroshima, taken six months… Read More

  • Behold The World's Largest Photo Ever Taken Indoors: 40 Gigapixels Of Awesome

    Behold The World's Largest Photo Ever Taken Indoors: 40 Gigapixels Of Awesome

    We interrupt our live coverage of breaking news about Internet companies from around the world to point you to this phenomenal 360-degrees photo (okay, actually it’s 2,947 pictures stitched together). It is, to our and the photographer’s knowledge, the largest photo ever taken indoors with 280,000 x 140,000 pixels of awesomesauce. In the screenshot above, in the painting on the… Read More

  • Very Cool: World's Largest Spherical Photo (18-Gigapixel Awesomeness)

    Very Cool: World's Largest Spherical Photo (18-Gigapixel Awesomeness)

    Jeffrey Martin from 360Cities (our earlier coverage) has spent over a month stitching together what he believes is now the world’s largest 360-degree panorama shot. The photo was taken from a TV tower in Czech’s capital, Prague, and gives you a great digital glimpse of what the beautiful city looks like. Read More

  • PragueCrunch Round-Up: Checking In With The Czechs

    PragueCrunch Round-Up: Checking In With The Czechs

    So I was in Prague for the weekend together with CrunchGear’s John Biggs, in an effort to learn more about the Czech tech scene first hand. The organizer of the event, dubbed PragueCrunch, was Jack DeNeut from Nelso, an American who has been living there for the past 16 years and is extremely well connected with the local community. When we weren’t enjoying the great weather on… Read More