Bioshock Infinite

What a beautiful game.  I’ve created some 2560×1440 (16:9 aspect) and some 3-monitor (48×9 aspect) versions of some great scenes.  I suppose these could be considered spoilers, but there’s no way you’re gonna know what the hell is going on unless you’ve played the game.

16:9 (2560×1440) Versions
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columbia-2560 initiation-2560 initiation2-2560 fountain-2560 flock-2560 dewittoffice2-2560 dewittoffice1-2560 columbiastreet-2560 baptismwater-2560 baptism-25603-Monitor (5760×1080)
baptismwater-3mon columbia-3mon dewittoffice2-3mon flock-3mon fountain-3mon initiation2-3mon
Ultra-High-Resolution Multimonitor (2560×1440 x3)
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A truly stunning game – quite a mental exercise as well.  Great job, Irrational Games!

Test: Guild Wars 2 Panoramas

EDIT:  Added 3 new images + 3 wallpaper-sized images. (See bottom)

Curse Guild Wars 2!  They build a beautiful game… rich colours, environment, HUGE areas… and then they totally un-RPG it and leave out a first-person view.  This makes my job way harder than it should be … no first-person view in an MMORPG?!?!?!  What are they thinking?

Still… I persevere.  This is a bit of proof-of-concept again, as I try and figure out how best to take Panoramas in GW2.

Again… Curse GW2!!! Cool game, though.

-dp

(by the way, some of these are far too bloomy, I know… think next time i’ll disable post-processing and work on it myself)

2560 x 1440 – Direct Screenshot

3187 x 1440 – 8 Stitched Images

3766 x 1440 – 10 Stitched Images

2560 x 1440 – 16 Stitched Images
(160 degrees of view!)

 4185 x 1440 – 14 Stitched Images
(200 degrees of view)

2560 x 1440 – Direct Screenshot

3134 x 1440 – 6 Stitched Images

2560 x 1997 – 10 stitched images, No in-game filters, PS filters

1208 x 2560 – 6 Vertical images, no in-game postprocessing

EDIT: Special thank-you to redditor S1eeper for the excellent suggestion to try /sleeping, which solves some of my problems (I still need to back up into a corner to force the parallax point), making the photography easier.  Thanks to S1eeper’s idea, here’s 3 more pictures (still in Divinity’s Reach … I’ll work on more variety later).

Divinity’s Reach Huge Panorama (5629 x 2764) – Wallpaper Version

Throne Room Huge Panorama (3624 x 2200) – Wallpaper Version

Divinity’s Reach Huge Panorama (3450 x 2500) – Wallpaper Version

Mass Effect Update: Normandy SR-2

A huge content update is here!  Welcome to Shepard’s home away from home: the Normandy SR-2.  From The Mass Effect Wiki:

By 2186, Shepard has turned the Normandy SR-2 over to the Systems Alliance. Feeling that the ship, being based on the Systems Alliance-designed SSV Normandy SR-1, is their property, they have taken it apart, studied it and rebuilt it, adding new parts and opening new areas. The Alliance then renamed it the “SSV Normandy SR-2″, and it acts as the mobile command center of Commander Shepard’s efforts to unite the galaxy against the Reapers.

 

- – - – - – PANORAMAS – - – - – -

Exterior of Normandy (4910 x 1440)

Captain’s Cabin (3383 x 1440) – Wallpaper
 Alternate View (From the Bed) (3291 x 1440)

Reporter’s Room (7103 x 1440) – Wallpaper

Drive Core (4948 × 1440) – WallpaperDualTriple
Alternate View (2560 x 1440)

Lounge Area (5131 x 1440) – WallpaperDualTriple
Alternate View
What’s It Look Like In That Pod-Thingy?
View From The Card Table

Crew Quarters (4195 x 1440)

 Observation Deck (4684 x 1440) – Wallpaper

Main Battery (5032 x 1440) – “Calibrations…

Crew Deck (7397 x 1440) – WallpaperTriple

Combat Information Center – (4223 x 1440 and 7366 x 1440, respectively)
Wallpaper 1Wallpaper 2 / Dual / Triple

Security Room (2560 x 1440)

Conference Table (2560 x 1440)

Cockpit (4041 x 1440) – Wallpaper

Shuttle Deck (5459 x 1440)

War Room (3930 x 1440) – Wallpaper

- – - – - – Interactive Panoramas – - – - – -

Captain’s CabinAlternate View (from bed)
Drive Core
Lounge
Shuttle Deck

- – - – - – Normandy Crew / Characters – - – - – - 

Dr. ChakwasSteve CortezEDIEDI and Joker – Dual Wallpaper VersionSpecialist Traynor

Whew!  Now that’s an update!  Many many hours invested… but still enjoying it!  Feedback?  Suggestions?  Want to showcase some of your own pictures?  E-mail me here.