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City's panoramic picture project

The O2 Memory Project
Gabby Shawcross and Jason Bruges designed the Memory Project

A huge box which provides 360 degree views of Edinburgh using cutting-edge technology is to be planted on The Mound.

People will be able to view and interact with The O2 Memory Project between 25 and 27 April until 2200 BST.

It is a 10-foot-high cylinder with 11 cameras which take pictures in sequence every five seconds, creating a 360 degree, digital panorama every minute.

The images are transmitted to screens on the structure's interior.




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