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36 Gigapixel Of Ancient Petroglyphs

September 9, 2016 Chris Hills CPP, CRMP 0

(Gizmodo.com) The work of photographer Mark Willis combines advanced imaging and fabrication technologies with archaeological exploration, often producing breath-taking images, 3D models, and highly accurate virtual environments from ancient sites in the U.S. Southwest. His blog?sadly, not updated since 2011?includes MORE >>

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How To Make Gigapixel Macro Photographs

September 8, 2016 Chris Hills CPP, CRMP 0

(Gigamacro.com) The images featured are assembled from hundreds, or more often thousands, of individual photographs. These photographs are captured using the GIGAmacro Magnify2, and are then combined to create a seamless image that has astounding resolution and depth of field. MORE >>

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1.8 Gigapixel ARGUS Drone Imaging System

September 6, 2016 Chris Hills CPP, CRMP 0

(Phys.org) Described as the next generation of surveillance, and representing the world’s highest resolution camera, the ARGUS-IS, which stands for Autonomous Real-Time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance Imaging System, is featured on PBS’ NOVA program on drones, which describes the latest technologies MORE >>

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16 Gigapixels of Machu Picchu

September 4, 2016 Chris Hills CPP, CRMP 0

(GigapixelPuru.com) Machu Picchu 16 Gigapixels – The highest resolution photo of Machu Picchu – Machu Picchu is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and is often referred to as the “Lost City of the Incas”, it is perhaps MORE >>

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New York 20 Gigapixel Panorama

September 3, 2016 Chris Hills CPP, CRMP 0

(DailyMail.co.uk) It is the largest photo ever taken on New York’s incredible skyline. Made up up 2,000 individual images electronically stitched together, if printed out at a standard photo resolution of 300DPI, it would be 18 meters or 57 feet MORE >>

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