Discover New York in detail with this incredible panorama of 80 billion pixels!

Discover New York in detail with this incredible panorama of 80 billion pixels!

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EarthCam introduced a surveillance camera capable of taking 80 gigapixel photos and released the most limited New York airwaves to date.

With the help of special research equipment, you can enter the picture and find New York very closely. © Earth Game

EarthCam, which specializes in industrial and surveillance cameras, offers the GigapixelCam X80, the camera of all superiors. With a recording definition of 80 gigapixels, the American company has released an interesting panorama of New York captured by its latest addition.

24×36 sensor of 61 megapixels

This camera is mainly for outdoor use and is capable of recording 360 ° images and works with 4G and 5G networks. Its main feature: creates panoramas of 80 billion pixels locally! To achieve this, it uses images captured by a 24×36 sensor of 61 megapixels. Doesn’t that remind you of something?

Key features of the camera.  © Earth Game

Key features of the camera. © Earth Game

In fact, it is the same sensor as the best full-frame hybrid Sony Alpha 7R IV (A7R IV). For good reason, the Gigapixelcom X80 is built around the same device. EarthCam uses Sony’s development kit to modify how the 24×36 hybrid builds its camera. The two companies have worked together to create an “outdoor webcam” called EarthCam.

Some close-ups of the New York panorama.  © Earth Game

Some close-ups of the New York panorama. © Earth Game

New York in detail

Gigapixel provided the New York airwaves captured from the Earthcam Empire State Building to showcase the capabilities of the X80 and talk to people. Most interestingly, it allows you to observe a good part of Manhattan Island and zoom in on the image.

Thanks Navigation tool Available, can move freely in the picture and explore the city. From the World Trade Center to the Flatiron Building, across the Statue of Liberty, nothing escapes this unique camera.

Performance is worth a look

East River.  © Earth Game

Platron building.  © Earth Game

Platron building. © Earth Game

World Trade Center.  © Earth Game

World Trade Center. © Earth Game

Statue of Liberty.  © Earth Game

Statue of Liberty. © Earth Game

A little game?

We can not resist the idea of ​​giving you a little game.This American flag was taken from Panorama. Can you see it in the picture? Give your answer in the comments!

This flag is visible in the picture, can you find it?  Tell us in the comments.  © Earth Game

This flag is visible in the picture, can you find it? Tell us in the comments. © Earth Game

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About the Author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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