NHK has created 360-degree panoramic images of Japan's new national stadium which will be the main venue for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
The public broadcaster has so far taken about 6,000 aerial pictures of the national stadium using 8K ultra-high definition cameras since construction began in December 2016. The pictures were taken once every two months.
The main stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, now under construction, has been shown to media 2 years ahead of the games' opening.
The new national stadium in central Tokyo is scheduled to be completed by the end of November next year. The construction period has passed the halfway mark.
Old video games might not necessarily look the best, but they represent a piece of gaming history, which is why sometimes older games can fetch a pretty penny. In fact recently it seems that a rare and sealed copy of NES game "Stadium Events" managed to fetch close to $42,000 after being sold to a serious buyer.
According to Kotaku, the seller had originally tried to sell the game on eBay where someone actually won the bid, but apparently the winner of the bid decided not to pay for it. Thankfully the seller was contacted by a "serious buyer" and a deal was struck. What makes Stadium Events so valuable is the fact that the game was only released for a very short period of time before it was pulled and replaced with "World Class Track Meet".