A Gigapixel interactive 360×180 photo from Gokyo Ri

Ok folks … it’s the hyperlink you need to hit not the embedded photo.
It’s a Gigapixel interactive image. If it doesn’t ‘do’ anything you’re not on the right page.
This is a joint venture between myself and Thomas Worbs to get a stunning 360×180 shot from Gokyo Ri. Thanks also to Gerald Blondy for supplying the Gobi Panorama Head and Gitzo tripod.
You can turn the labels on to list the peaks, have it autorotating, it can be interactive on a smartphone, you can zoom in, you can zoom out and add a compass.

If you like it then please don’t just ‘like’ it but please ‘share’ it as well.
There are more to follow so please watch this space.

Here it comes: http://www.mountainpanoramas.com/___p/___p.html?panoid=2014_M2&labels=1  (please click on the link above to view). Gokyo Ri, the first panorama of Tim Mosedale from his expedition in the Everest Region (of course you can see Everest in the pano) and it is a premiere: it is the first Gigapixel Full Sphere here on Mountainpanoramas. Shot with Sony A7R and Bushman Panoramic Gobi panoramic head. Stitch & labels by Thomas Worbs. Dare to zoom in!
(please click on the link above to view). Gokyo Ri, the first panorama of Tim Mosedale from his expedition in the Everest Region (of course you can see Everest in the pano) and it is a premiere: it is the first Gigapixel Full Sphere here on Mountainpanoramas. Shot with Sony A7R and Bushman Panoramic Gobi panoramic head. Stitch & labels by Thomas Worbs. Dare to zoom in!

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