Mount Everest Gigapixel Photo Shows World’s Highest Mountain In Extreme Interactive Detail (PHOTO)

Picture this: Mount Everest, captured in astounding interactive digital detail. We’re not talking megapixels, we’re talking gigapixels — as in two to three billion pixels. An image so detailed you can zoom in on individuals standing around at basecamp from miles away.The folks at Glacier Works recently finished putting together such an image as part of their work to track climate change and its effects on the glaciers of Mount Everest. “Our high-resolution gigapixel photography enables viewers to experience the glaciers as never before: up-close and with extreme precision,” writes Glacier Works on the group’s Facebook page. “Using our online tools, it is possible to soar thousands of feet above a glacier and view it in its entirety, or zoom down to the ground and explore pebbles embedded in the ice.”Read More…
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Mount Everest Gigapixel Photo Shows World’s Highest Mountain In Extreme Interactive Detail (PHOTO)

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