ipConfigure, a privately owned software research and development company, announces the world’s first multi-Gigapixel surveillance platform designed for wide area surveillance applications. Capable of a 2 Gigapixel panoramic image and 270° of coverage, the Gigapixel Wide Area Surveillance (GWAS) platform leverages deep zoom/low bandwidth technology to monitor and record hundreds of acres from a single high resolution surveillance platform. MORE
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The official photographs of William and Kate's wedding were released today and show a happy couple surrounded by their family on their big day including this GigaPixel version of the "Trooping the Colour" ceremony. MORE
Kolor Panogear motorized panoramic head enables you to automatically shoot hundreds or thousands of photos. Put your DSLR camera on the head, plug them together using the included trigger cable and start your shooting session, either remotely using the included Bluetooth transmitter or through the optional, wired touch control panel. MORE
This paper presents a simple framework for progressive processing of high-resolution images with minimal resources. We demonstrate this framework's effectiveness by implementing an adaptive, multi-resolution solver for gradient-based image processing that, for the first time, is capable of handling gigapixel imagery in real time. MORE
As part of Vancouver's catharsis after the Game 7 Stanley Cup Final riots, hundreds of Vancouverites offered words of encouragement, support, sympathy and apologies by writing messages on the boarded-up storefront of The Bay, one of the worst hit buildings.
The image, made up of 472 photos, is a mosaic of 7 boarded store windows. The final hi-res file is 107,271 X 8,173 or 877 megapixels MORE
It's astounding to think of the resolution capabilities of photography technology over 100 years old and then use technology of tomorrow to unlock its majesty today. MORE
We are developing a set of hardware and software tools that enable researchers to record (using GigaPixel technology and digital cameras) phenology (life-cycle) information for hundreds of plants in a landscape over multiple seasons. These tools are closely integrated with innovative web-based data collection, collaborative and educational tools that help make these types of data useful for a wide range of applications from scientific research to education to public outreach. MORE>
Recently I was quoted by Larry Greenemeier of Scientific American Magazine in his March Article: Imagine snapping a panoramic picture from the top of the Empire State Building, then zooming in on a speck to reveal a quarter lying on the sidewalk. That's the promise of single-shot Gigapixel cameras-cameras that shoot images composed of at least one billion pixels, or picture elements. Apart from their obvious appeal to photographers, Gigapixel images also hold tremendous potential for law enforcement and the military. MORE>
I recently wrote an article on GigaPixel Surveillance and sent it to over 300+ members in the GigaPixel Surveillance group on LinkedIn. The article starts with: I have been asked if I really believe that GigaPixel technology will be used for security surveillance, after all we’re talking about a digital image bitmap composed of one billion pixels (picture elements), 1000 times the information captured by a 1 megapixel camera. MORE>
"The advent of digital whole-slide scanners in recent years has spurred a revolution in imaging technology for histopathology," according to Metin N. Gurcan, Ph.D., an associate professor of Biomedical Informatics at The Ohio State University Medical Center. "The large multi GigaPixel images produced by these scanners (Gigapixel Camera) contain a wealth of information potentially useful for computer-assisted disease diagnosis, grading and prognosis." MORE >