Composed of 7886 high-resolution shots, the picture has a total size of 400,000 x 200,000 pixels, which is over 16,000 times bigger than an iPhone 4 photo.

Photographer Jeffrey Martin snatches the world record for the largest 360 degree photograph with his 80-gigapixel picture of the skyline of London, taken from the Centre Point building using a digital SLR camera and a custom-built camera mount.

Composed of 7886 high-resolution shots, the picture has a total size of 400,000 x 200,000 pixels, which is over 16,000 times bigger than an iPhone 4 photo. If printed, the image would stand at 35 meters long and 17 meters tall.

The whole 360 image may be viewed here.

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