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Thursday
Aug122010

Special Forces’ GigaPixel flying spy

Developed under the auspices of Darpa, the camera is the sensor part of Autonomous Real-time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance – Imaging System or ARGUS-IS. The camera is composed of four arrays, each containing 92 five-megapixel imagers. The other parts of ARGUS are the airborne processing system, which has to deal with a phenomenal torrent of data, and the ground-based element. The airborne part fits into a 500-pound pod. MORE>
Wednesday
Aug112010

GigaPan Panorama Camera Review

The concept is simple and perfect, turn a pocket camera into a Gigapixel producing machine. It was developed at Carnegie Mellon University with support by GoogleCMU and the NASA/Ames Intelligent Robotics Group. The term Gigapixel became popular a few years ago in Geek photo circles when people started stitching multiple images together to create extremely high resolution images. MORE>

Wednesday
Aug112010

Gigabitfilm is not a Hoax!

Always committed to prove the optical performance not just in computer simulation, but also on film, Carl Zeiss faced a new challenge early in 2004, when the first prototypes of the new ZM lens family for the Zeiss Ikon camera approached field testing. Until then, Carl Zeiss had identified the orthochromatic black & white film Agfaortho 25 as the material whith the highest resolving power commercially available: 250 linepairs per millimeter. MORE>

Tuesday
Aug102010

4 Gigapixel Camera – Voyeurs Beware.

Physicist Graham Flint is working on an ultra-high-resolution portrait of America, creating a series of truly enormous gigapixel images taken with a camera made up of decommissioned Cold War hardware and Wired has discovered him. Created from bits and bobs salvaged from parts of spy planes and nuclear reactors, the camera is capable of capturing an astonishing 4 gigapixels of detail. MORE>

Tuesday
Aug102010

World's Largest Digital Camera Installed on Maui Telescope

OnGigaPixel Lab Imagee of the world's largest and most advanced  GigaPixel Cameras has been installed on the Pan-STARRS-1 (PS1) telescope on Haleakala, Maui. Built at the University of Hawaii at Manoa's Institute for Astronomy in Honolulu, the gigapixel camera will capture images that will be used to scan the skies for killer asteroids, and to create the most comprehensive catalog of stars and galaxies ever produced.  MORE>

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