In 2016, Bentley released a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. At first glance, the image is as expected – a striking shot of the iconic bridge. However, this was far from your average picture. Made up of 53 billion pixels, the photograph was actually a collage of 700 different images pieced together with panorama technology from NASA.
As Bentley explained:
“An incredible 4,425 times larger than a typical smartphone image, this extraordinary photograph is made up of approximately 53 billion pixels (or 53,000 megapixels). The result, if reproduced in standard print format, would be the size of a football field.”
Here’s an inside look at how they achieved this.
The sheer level of detail included in this photograph meant that you could zoom all the way into it to discover the Mulsanne – their latest model at the time, which was named after the Mulsanne Corner of the Le Mans racing circuit in France. Despite being captured from 700 metres away, it is possible to zoom so far into the picture that one can see the embroidery on the seats.
Bentley has now replicated this impressive experiment with their Flying Spur, which has been hidden in an even more detailed photograph.
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