Project Rooftop Montreal Lets You Visually Explore The City From The Top Of 60 Buildings
An interactive photographer project like no other.
If you've ever imagined yourself as Spiderman, swinging from city skyscrapers and launching yourself through an urban metropolis, then your wish is nearly granted. Photographer and climbing enthusiast Dan Neutel's Project Rooftop Montreal lets you visually explore the city of Montreal just like Spidey would, except without all the webs.
Neutel began Project Rooftop in Ottawa, then expanded to our fair Montreal. A combination of his three major interests (photography, architecture, and climbing) the initiative is very much a labour of love, one that has definitely paid off.
Featuring nearly every major building in Montreal, roughly 60 in total, Project Rooftop gives you a 360 degree panoramic view of the city, and lets you 'jump' from building to building with the click of your mouse. Not only does the web app let you see Montreal like never before, it's also incredibly unique and unlike anything you've ever experienced.
Photography and architecture made interactive, Project Rooftop Montreal is something you need to experience. Check it out here.For more on Montreal Photography, follow Michael on Twitter @MDAlimonte