It might be you, your friends or a celebrity - tag and share on Facebook
After the game or event, you have more to experience and share with GigaTag. You and your friends will share the experience, even if you weren’t there.
Photographer David Bergman created this GigaPan during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Olympic Games at Olympic Park in London, UK on July 27, 2012. The image is made up of 425 individual photos in a grid pattern (25 across by 17 down) during a one-hour time period as the athletes entered the stadium. The final high-resolution image is 81,992 X 37,520 - more than three billion pixels. Courtesy of Sports Illustrated and David Bergman.
"...Zooming in will reveal the sharpest details, down to the words on a player's top to a guy standing in the buildings in the background - things that you otherwise wouldn't have noticed or knew was even there" - Natt Garun, DigitalTrends.com.
"The possibilities for this technology and the opportunities to make it social and shareable are endless. From concerts, public gatherings, sporting events, festivals, to tradeshows, any number of brands could execute this as part of their social/web engagement strategy. Plus it will also give the opportunities for journalists and publications to cover the game in a entirely new way."– Mike Wisniewski, Comet Blog.