In order to add another feather to its already decked up hat of technology, China has come up with yet another bizarre and extremely hi-tech invention. A Chinese company called Jinkun Tech or Bigpixel technology Corporation has captured a 360-degree panorama of the Shanghai City from the top of Oriental Pearl Tower. The incredible image which has been viewed by more than 8 million by far, reportedly boasts a resolution as huge as 195 gigapixels.
The company has claimed it to be the largest image in Asia and the third largest picture in the world with 195 billion pixels. The company has also stated that the image is 2000 times more precise than any picture captured through any ordinary camera. The historic snapshot of Shanghai shows a bright sunny day in the city with cars moving on the roads, people walking on the streets, boats sailing in the Huangpu River – all in minute details.
Let us make things easier for you! We have zoomed in a part of the high-resolution panorama here:
The picture is as creepy as beyond belief! You can zoom into the picture to note the digits on the number plate of a car or even look at the expressions of moving people. With some extra efforts, you can also count the number of leaves on a tree, and yes, we are not kidding!
You can actually, read out the numbers on the number plate!
Go through the image yourself and do tell us in the comments all the minute things you could spot!