The World's Largest Picture Taken Indoors Is 40 Gigapixels of Classic Beauty

This is a 40,000 megapixel, 280,000 x 140,000, 360 degree picture of the 868-year-old Strahov Monastery Library in Prague, Czech Republic. A lot of numbers, right? Here's more: the gigantic picture is actually made up of 2,947 different images that added up to 283GB and took over 111 hours to stich together. » 3/29/11 10:40am 3/29/11 10:40am

Walter Towers Are a Giant Wavy W, Make Us Seasick

Combining the tradition of building towers in clusters with the coldly rational American skyscraper, apparently you wind up with a tower that has been cut, twirled and splayed apart, resulting in a giant undulating W that's a single, continuous building masquerading as four wavy towers. That's the theory behind Danish… » 9/30/08 11:00am 9/30/08 11:00am