Thursday, May 15, 2008
by Jonathan Richards @ TimesOnline
A device that lets a camera take pictures with 100 times the resolution of the most advanced models on the market is poised to revolutionise amateur photography.
The Gigapan allows people to take pictures which are more than a gigapixel - or 1,000 megapixels - in size, effectively turning a single photograph into a panoramic experience, around which the viewer can navigate on a computer.
Yet the actual camera used is no more specialised than a regular digital model.
Posted by David Emerick at 1:37 PM