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No One Can Location The Bentley In This 57.7 Billion Pixel Picture Of Dubai

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The car or truck company Bentley has introduced a stunning gigapixel photo of Dubai but can you locate the tremendous car or truck they’ve identified in the photograph? 

Bentley placed a digicam on 1 of Dubai’s tallest structures to capture 57.7 billion pixels image made up of one,825 particular person frames which have been then electronically put together, The Driver reviews.

It wasn’t as simple as just getting a photo however, the digicam had to cope with  40° C heat that created a haze and twenty five km/h winds which threatened the image’s steadiness so they went to NASA for the tech to take the photograph.

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It took 48 hours to take the interactive graphic and downloading the graphic took eighteen hours.

If you zoom in on the graphic having said that you’ll locate a magic formula shock, a hidden a Bentley Traveling Spur W12 S parked at the marina. In reality the graphic is so deatailed you can zoom in on the car’s badge and browse it even with the digicam remaining 264 metres up in the air.

Can you see the car or truck?

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How about now?

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There it is!

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Such depth!

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This is not the initial time Bentley have performed something like this, they created a fifty three billion pixel graphic of the Muslanne on Golden Gate Bridge in California.


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