high resolution


Pictured above: excerpt from a 360 degree high resolution image from St. Paul's Cathedral in London. From group internet surfing blog supercentral. Taking 5 minutes to load, and encompassing several screens, the image file in "high resolution" is unbelievably large. As a 360 degree shot of a vista, it is meant to present a complete picture of the view from the cathedral. However, the size of the image is so enormous that it it massively exceeds the bounds of the browser, truncating its totality, and leaving the viewer frustrated. As such, the post, entitled "high resolution", playfully comments on the limitations of an all viewing eye. - Ceci Moss

Originally posted on supercentral by Rhizome