Mount Everest in 3.8 billion pixels

Mount Everest in 3.8 billion pixels created by climber and filmmaker David Breashears of GlacierWorks. Is the most detailed image of Mount Everest ever, made by a mosaic of hundreds of pictures.    Image © David Breashears.
Have a look at the interactive panoramic image…

Click to see the panoramic interactive image of the Mount Everest.



When Breashears and his team complete in a few months the project, you will be able to make a more detailed tour at the Mount Everest area.

Images © David Breashears

Mount Everest in 3.8 billion pixels

David Breashears said:



“Just 1/100th of our imagery is on the site, and the storytelling possibilities are incredible – people love to move things.

It started out as a simple concept, and every time we visit we find out more – this is not even the tip of the iceberg, we want to take people all over the mountain with 120,000 pictures from a helicopter in the region.”

Mount Everest in 3.8 billion pixels

Mount Everest in 3.8 billion pixels



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