13 February 2013

Comparative GigaPan viewing for edification and amusement

Posted by Callan Bentley

Our GIGAmacro photographic imaging system was built by Gene Cooper Four Chambers studio. They’ve also made a neat comparative GigaPan viewer available online.

Here are 3 demonstration videos I just shot of how this sort of thing works: one macro sample of oolitic limestone, one of the flood/not-flood of Passage Creek, and one of a thin section Paul Karabinos imaged in both plane-polarized light and crossed-polars.




What do you think of that?
I think there are some great potential applications for such a thing.