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Perfect Panoramic Photos

  • April 22, 2008

Forget those measly megapixel images your digital camera takes. The Gigapan robotic camera mount–the product of a partnership between NASA, Google, Carnegie Mellon University, and Charmed Labs of Austin, TX–lets you precisely pan and tilt your camera so that photos can be digi­tally stitched together into seamless gigapixel panoramas. At Gigapan.org and in Google Earth, you can explore hundreds of panoramas uploaded by participants in the Gigapan product trial.

Product: Gigapan imager (beta test unit pictured)
Cost: Under $400
Source: www.charmedlabs.com
Companies: Charmed Labs

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