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Amazing 360 Panorama Gigapixel Cam from the BT Tower in London!

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Amazing 360 Panorama Gigapixel Cam from the BT Tower in London!london2

If you are looking for some breath taking views of London, England, then look no further! Thanks to the MyLiveStreams new Gigapixel Cam Section you can now check out some of the most spectacular views of London with the record breaking BT Tower London Gigapixel Panoramic Cam! With a resolution of 320 Gigapixels, this astonishing 360 degree Panoramic View is the best and largest picture in the world.

With a view of up to 20 miles from the 29th floor of the famous BT Tower in London this 360 degree
Panoramic View of London
is a great way to spot your favorite locations in the City.

View of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament 

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The picture has taken over 3 months to make with a total of 48,640 individual images taken by four cameras set up on the 29th floor of the BT Tower in London. After the images were all taken, they were put together by specialist computer software which took 3 months to ensure all the pictures were sewn together properly and to create the 360 degree panorama effect. It is estimated that if the full image was to be printed, it would be up to 98 meters wide and 24 meters tall. As mentioned above the BT Tower London Gigapixel 360  Panoramic Cam holds the world record for highest amount of Gigapixels with a whopping 320 Gigapixel Resolution!! The previous world record holder was the Panoramic Gigapixel View of Dubai, this is also available in the MyLiveStreams Gigapixel Cam Section, but is only a mere 45 Gigapixel resolution. 

The Famous London Eye in Spectacular 320 Gigapixel Resolution

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More and more Gigapixel Cam pictures are appearing on the internet, they have proved to be an excellent promotion for any major city and landmark. Thanks to MyLiveStreams and their new Panorama Gigapixel Cam Views section, it is extremely easy to find some of the best Gigapixel Cam Views from all over the world. With views of Sevilla, London, New York, Dubai and Paris, MyLiveStreams already boast to have the only Gigapixel Cam Views Directory on the internet. Check out some of the great Gigapixel Cams now on MyLiveStreams.com. 

Historical Landmark – Tower Bridge, which crosses the famous River Thames

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Live streaming webcam coverage of the World Film Premiere of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince film

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Potter-mania is building up in London for the world film premiere of the boy wizards latest Harry Potter film adventure – Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.

Thousands of Harry Potter fans are expected to crowd into Leicester Square for the Harry Potter world film premiere on Tuesday afternoon, 7th July 2009, outside the London Odeons Leicester Square cinema to watch all the Harry Potter film stars A listed celebs and VIP guests arrive on the red carpet for the world premiere of the 6th film installment of the world’s most beloved magical franchise

Enjoy viewing live streaming webcam coverage HERE overlooking the red carpet outside the London Odeon for the Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince world film premiere.  Watch the build up to the Harry Potter film premiere from the comfort of your computer.  Watch the Harry Potter film stars, celebs and VIP guests arrive in the late afternoon, Tuesday 7th July 2009 for the film premiere of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by viewing the Leicester Square film premiere web camHERE

Have a front row seat, overlooking the red carpet area outside the Leicester Square London Odeon cinema by viewing our live streaming video Leicester Square Film Premiere web camHERE

Enjoy viewing thousands of Harry Potter fans waiting outside the London Odeon Leicester Square to watch the celebs, and Harry Potter stars arrive for the world film preniere by viewing our London Leicester Square streaming cam HERE

The G20 Summit, London live webcam views on Thursday 2nd April 2009

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

The Political leaders of the Group of 20, or G20, the world’s most powerful countries meet in London on Thursday 2nd April 2009 – and top of their agenda will be the current global economic crisis.

Because of the London G20 Summit, the police security levels have been dramatically increased throughout London as campaign groups and protesters are planning protest marches and demonstrations in a number of central London locations to coincide with the G20 Summit 2009 in London, England.  Disrupting London businesses, people, commuters, tourists and potentially causing traffic chaos in many areas of the UK’s capital city.

Check out our London webcamsHERE – Get live London webcam views in the centre of London that might be disrupted on Thursday 2md April because of the G20 demonstrations and protests.

Trafalgar Square is one of the main areas in London where demonstrations and protest marches are normally held in London.  View our Trafalgar Square webcamHERE – View our live streaming London video web cam overlooking Trafalgar Square HERE.

To view a large selection of webcams around London, including live London traffic cams around the main traffic spots in London, check out our selection of live London camsHERE

For live London G20 Summit info check out the BBC London G20 Summit websiteHERE

For more detailed info about the G20 London 2009 Summit, including live G20 Summit news updates about the progress with the important Global economic decisions between the Group of 20 world leaders – visit G20 Summit live infoHERE

Let’s hope the G20 political leaders can work together as a `World team` and help people all over the globe to improve the current global economic crisis for the ordinary people around the world.

Hopefully the thousands of police officers in the London Metropolitan Police force, and police officers from five other police forces in England, will not be required to `take direct action` to defend democracy, should any demonstrators or protesters decide to try and take the law into their hands.

Good luck to all the world leaders on the G20 Summit to sit down on Thursday 20th April 2009 and make world history by working together on so many important issues that are affecting so many people around the world and take their own `direct action` as a G20 group of world leaders.

Haggis Hunting season starts on St Andrew’s Day 2008

Thursday, November 27th, 2008

Great excitement is mounting in Scotland as the new 2008/2009 haggis hunting season is about to start. On Sunday the 30th November 2008 at 12 noon, St Andrew’s Day, haggis hunters are allowed to start hunting on the hills and mountains of Scotland to try and catch Scotland’s national creature – the haggis.

Because the Scottish haggis is now such a rare animal breed, the Scottish Parliament passed a new Scottish law to reduce the official haggis hunting season dates to now only last a few weeks. In order to ensure that haggis don’t become an extinct animal in Scotland. Now the official haggis hunt season starts on the 30th November, St Andrew’s Day, to Burns Night on January 25th. This was the first law that was passed by the new Scottish Parliament when devolution was launched in Scotland. Many voters in Scotland still think that this new law introduced by the Scottish Parliament to protect the famous Scottish haggis animal species is still to this day the most important legislation that the Scottish Goverment has ever passsed since the start of devolution. And the new haggis hunting law enjoyed full cross party support!!!

Hunt haggis season 2008/2009

The start of the Haggis Hunting season is one of Scotland’s most traditional and popular events to celebrate St Andrew’s Day for the people of Scotland. Scot’s people, male and female, of all ages, all shapes and sizes, celebrate St Andrew’s Day by putting on their wellies and haggis hunting gear and climb hills and mountains all over Scotland to try and catch the elusive Scottish beasties – the Haggis. Haggis Hunting on St Andrew’s Day is still a very traditional family event in Scotland. And a great way to keep fit.

Unfortunately the Scottish haggis was over hunted in the 19th and 20th Century making the haggis a very rare breed. To even spot a haggis, on St Andrew’s Day, on a hill or mountain in Scotland, is now a very unusual event. More chance to see the Lochness monster than the elusive Scottish haggis. However, families all over Scotland, North, South, East and West still take part in hunting haggis on the hills and mountains of Scotland to carry on with this great and historic St Andrew’s Day tradition that marks the start of the new Haggis Hunting season. After a St Andrew’s Day haggis hunt it’s traditional for the haggis hunters to meet up with their families, relatives and friends at nightime to enjoy a special St Andrew’s meal or a ceilidh to celebrate the start of the new haggis hunt season.

Live haggis hunting webcams

In the 21st century, with the aid of technology, haggis hunting has now gone online. To allow millions of Scot’s Expats, who live all over the world, to still have the opportunity to carry on with their Scottish family tradition, online, no matter where they live in the globe. Log onto HaggisHunt.com and carry on with the Scottish tradition of hunting haggis on St Andrew’s Day. Remember, the new haggis hunting season finishes on Burns night, 25th January 2009. So enjoy your online haggis hunt by viewing haggis cams all over Scotland. There’s even a haggis cam on Leicester Square in London as well as Times Square in New York in case the haggis have migrated to other countries to avoid being captured, killed and eaten. Have a good chance to win a prize if you spot a haggis on one of the 10 haggis web cams. Good luck with hunting haggis online. Have a great St Andrews Day.

James Bond Quantum of Solace World Film Premiere in London

Monday, October 6th, 2008

See the stars and celebs tread the red carpet outside the London Odeon cinema for the world film premiere of the new James Bond film, `Quantum of Solace.` The new James Bond film has it’s world film premiere on Wednesday night 29th October 2008 at the Leicester Square London Odeon cinema.

In the 22nd Bond film, based on a short story by Ian Flemming, James Bond, played by Daniel Craig, is looking for revenge for the death of Vesper Lynd and finds assistance with another attractive lady, Camille, played by Olga Kurylenko.

Judi Dench returns as M and Mathieu Amalric joins the cast of many. There’s only one way to find out who will show up to walk the red carpet… Watch our live Leicester Square Film Premiere streaming webcam early evening on Wednesday 29th October 2008


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London Film Premiere for `Tropical Thunder`

Sunday, September 14th, 2008

Tuesday 16th September sees the UK film premiere of `Tropical Thunder` at the London Odeon cinema at Leicester Square in London. Watch the film stars and celebs arrive at the London Odeon cinema at 5pm on Tuesday 16th September for the UK film premiere of `Tropical Thunder.` (more…)

Batman’s batmobile roars into Leicester Square for Dark Knight Film Premiere

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

Latest Batman movie, Dark Knight, had it’s European film premiere at the London Odeon cinema in the heart of Leicester Square in London on Monday 21st July 2008. Dark Knight has already taken the US box office by storm since it’s earlier film release in the States. Thousands of film fans waited outside the Bat-emblazoned Odeon cinema to watch the many A-list film stars and celebrities attend the the much awaited London film premiere for the latest Batman movie. Our Leicester Square streaming video camera was live in action for online coverage of the movie stars and celebs arrive for red carpet treatment at the London Odeon cinema. Thousands of online webcam visitors were able to catch the `action` of the Dark Knight London film premiere, from the comfort of their computers, by viewing our London Leicester Square webcam. (more…)

Mama Mia World Film Premiere Recorded Highlights

Friday, July 18th, 2008

Our popular Leicester Square London Film Premiere webcam allowed Mama Mia film fans around the world to watch live webcam coverage of the recent London World Film Premiere of the big screen adaptation of the musical, Mama Mia. Our Leicester Square streaming camera overlooking the front of the London Odeon cinema, was able to film the stars of Mama Mia and celebs arriving for the world film premiere of Mama Mia at the end of June 2008. Film stars Maryl Streep, Pierce Brosman, Colin Firth, Amanda Seyfried and Julie Waters were a number of the many film stars, and celebs, that attended the world premiere of musical film, Mama Mia. Also in attendance, was Abba superstar, Björn Ulvaeus and his wife Frida. Original Abba member, Bjorn Ulvaeus, also co-produced the Mama Mia film.

For Abba fans, and film buffs that missed the live webcam action from our London Leicester Square camera at the Mama Mia world film premiere, we were able to record some of the film premiere highlights from our London webcam. View the Stars who attended the London film premiere of Mama Mia at the London Odeon Leicester Square. Our recorded webcam footage shows the film stars of Mama Mis posing on the balcomy at the London Odeon cinema, to the thousands of fans below at Leicester Square who all turned up to see the stars and celebs arriving for the world premiere of Mama Mia.

Did you attend the World film premiere at Leicester Square for Mama Mia? Have you attended any film premieres at London’s Leicester Square? If so, we would love to get your feedback. Please add your comments below

Dark Knight London Film Premiere Leicester Square

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

Dark Knight Batman London film premiere leicester square

Monday 21st July 2008 will see latest Batman 2008 American superhero film, Dark Knight, have it’s London Film Premiere at Leicester Square. The Leicester Square Film Premiere cinema has not been formally announced, but it’s expected to be hosted at the London Odeon Cinema on Leicester Square. Watch the movie stars, and celebs, arrive at the Leicester Square London Odeon cinema for the Warner Bros film, Dark Knight, by viewing our Leicester Square streaming Film Premiere webcam.

The new Batman movie, Dark Knight is co-written and directed by Chistopher Nolan. Movie Stars exprected to attend the Dark Knight film premiere are Charles Roven, Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas, Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Aaron Eckhart, Maggie Gyllenhaal. The Dark Knight film premiere is expected to start at 5pm on Monday 21st July 2008. Get a front row seat, infront of your computer, no matter where you are in the world, as our Leicester Square film premiere camera will be zooming onto the Movie stars and celebs when they walk onto the red carpet outside the London Odeon cinema.

To see a short video trailer of the new Dark Knight movie go HERE

London Film Premier for Mama Mia at the London Odeon

Monday, June 16th, 2008

Tuesday the 1st of July 2008 sees the London Film Premier for Mama Mia at the London Odeon cinema. Our Leicester Square Film Premier webcam will be watching for the Film stars and celebs arriving for the red carpet treatment at the entrance to the London Odeon cinema.

Sit back and watch the Stars of Mama Mia film arrive for the UK film premier from the comfort of your computer. Will Mama Mia film stars, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Christine Baranski, Julie Walters, Amanda Seyfried and Dominic Cooper be at the London Film Premier with Meryl Streep?

Check out our Leicester Square webcam to find out. For more info about the Mama Mia feature film visit HERE To catch the stars and celebs arriving for the Mama Mia Film premier in London on Tuesday 1st July we recommend that you view our Leicester Square web cam at 5pm BST HERE

 
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