This Computer-Generated Panoramic Piece Features 360 Cities

By: Chelsea MacMillan - Published: Jul 22, 2010 • References: blog.360cities.net
A computer-generated panoramic piece of Escher art was generated by photographer Nico Roig, and features 360 cities. The creation was made by stitching images into a 3D environment, then changing its format to panorama.

The Escher art piece entitled 'Relativity' was the original source of inspiration for this piece, which is named 'Tribute to Escher.' The sphere-like illusion is fully interactive and extends around a full 360 degrees in any direction. Be sure to check out the gallery for more pictures. Stats for Interactive Escher Art Trending: Older & Buzzing
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