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Comments on Gigapan: The Pittsburgh Gigapanorama I


Gigapan Comments (6)

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  1. Brian Richards

    Brian Richards (March 05, 2011, 07:25AM )

    For a 360 VR view see www.3dpan.org/47373 Will open in
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  2. Frank

    Frank (December 27, 2010, 05:08PM )

    gigapan is fascinating!

  3. Chuck Koehler

    Chuck Koehler (October 26, 2010, 11:01PM )

    I think I can help with the stitching problems. When attempting this panorama: www.flickr.com/photos/cokak/366695 2672/sizes/o/in/photostream Will open in
a new tab or window/without Gigapan) I started stitching in Photoshop only to have it come to a screaching halt time after time. When the processors maxed out the software simply stopped trying to do certain functions like Splice and Blend. (I got the same bands as you got here) I know mine was only just under 1gb, but it was still enough to choke the software. Then I started to splice three images at a time. Worked Great, but - failed after getting half way done when attempting left to right splicing of the s-image sections. Then I started from the center! Center Three Left of center three, right of center 3, etc. When I was done I had about 7 sections of 2 or three images each. Then I spliced Center Left and Right. Perfect. Then Center (now 9 images large) left and right. Then Center left and right again. Bottom line was that it wasn't so much the Size of the Image, but the multiple tasks combined with the size. When I worked on the 3-splice method there was never more than 2 splices happening at once!

  4. Joseph Shirk

    Joseph Shirk (June 30, 2010, 05:12PM )

    What a good eye to catch this!

  5. Lynne Margolis

    Lynne Margolis (April 21, 2010, 08:57AM )

    This rocks. Yet another reason Pittsburgh is someplace special. Makes me miss it, but this is a great way to feel closer to home!

  6. Tom Nelson

    Tom Nelson (April 17, 2010, 02:06PM )

    This is very impressive. Congratulations!