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Alpine project gives stunning 360 view of Eiger

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September 3, 2014
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A project using custom-made 360-degree cameras mounted on the backs of climbers scaling the Eiger in the Swiss Alps has captured a unique and dizzying view of the mountain's infamous north face. Duration: 01:19 Video provided by AFP


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