GigaPan Stereo Imaging
Project SummeryGigaPan is a system that consists of a robotic camera mount that uses a standard digital camera to capture a grid of pictures of a scene and custom software that stitches that grid together into a very high- resolution (gigapixel and up) panoramic image. Building off this technology, Stereo GigaPan (with backing from West Virginia University and NASA/Ames Intelligent Robotics Group) modifies the camera mount to support an additional consumer-grade digital camera. With two cameras the system now has the ability to ascertain depth information from a scene, which is used to create highly detailed 3D images and models. Combined with the addition of new remote control and robust power management systems, Stereo GigaPan greatly improves functionality while keeping costs within the budget of any aspiring photographer.
Navigation LinksProject Wiki (Information about the project, public documentation, tips and tricks) Group File Storage (sample images, private files, items that should not go into repository) CpE/CS 480 Class Group Website (Official Class Documentation Postings) Hardware Setup (using the new camera mounts) NOTE: Some of the links on this site are private links, and are not available to the public.
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