Jeffrey Martin, a photographer for the 360Cities project, took this amazing panoramic photo of Japan's megalopolis, Tokyo. Composed of a jaw-dropping 180 gigapixels (600,000 pixels x 300,000 pixels), this is officially the second largest photo in the world. To give a perspective on the size of this photo, if it were to be printed, it would be 328 feet wide and 164 feet tall. The spherical photo is for viewing purposes, allowing the viewer to zoom into certain areas of the 360-degree photo. Scroll down the page to see the city focused into buildings, then streets, and then even into people's lives.