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Nasa, Google, Carnegie-Melon Develop NexGen Gigapixel Camera 

NASA and Carnegie Mellon University researchers have teamed to build a robotic device called GigaPans that lets any digital camera to produce gigapixel (billions of pixels) panoramas. The hardware behind GigaPan images is a robotic camera mount that makes it possible for a digital camera to take hundreds of overlapping images of landscapes, buildings or rooms.   MOVE>

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