I’ve been coming to Lyngby Town Hall a lot lately and decided to do a few indoor panoramas of the residence of my local democracy. Enjoy!
Majestic Mærsk, one of the worlds largest containerships, is visiting Langelinekaj, Copenhagen, Denmark. The ship, which will sail between europe and Asia, is the second of 20 ships to be delivered in the Maersk triple E-class. Take a look at these four panoramas and marvel at its size:
And some 399 meters later:
I was in Aalborg a day this Easter to take some panoramas for two students. The Panoramas were made in and around Nordkraft and they are going to be used in a project on human-machine interaction. As something new, I tried to make a gigapixel panorama and the result can be seen here:
The panorama is stiched from 146 individual images of 21 megapixels each and has a total of 2.8 gigapixel. This is a resolution more than 1000 times higher than my old Canon Digital IXUS could do.
The panoramas are on display in Nordkraft for 3 weeks starting tomorrow (April 25th 2013). It will be possible to read about the project and try to navigate the panoramas using only gestures.
The Round Tower in the centre of Copenhagen was build by danish king Christian IV between 1637 and 1642 and is the oldest working observatory in Europe. The observation platform offers a splendid view of the danish capital. Off Course you get an even better view when you mount your camera on a 6 meter high pole. Enjoy!