http://gigapan.com/gigapans/123310 Panorama of Bayou Bienvenue LA that was taken during Winter Ca...
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http://gigapan.com/gigapans/123310 Panorama of Bayou Bienvenue LA that was taken during Winter Camp.
How many pixels does is have?
If you cut it into three generously overlapping pieces, then stitch them back together in Microsoft ICE, you can use ICE to upload the result to Photosynth, then embed it via the Photosynth viewer in a research note.
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17.6mb I am not famaliar with ICE or photosynth.
ICE is free and easy and worth having: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/UM/redmond/groups/IVM/ICE/
You can get a free account at Photosynth: http://photosynth.net/. To get a panorama uploaded to Photosynth, you have to stitch it in ICE, then click upload and its there.
If your panorama has at least 50 megapixels, you can also just upload it to gigapan.com (free account).
OK - 147,718,233 pixels. I have already constructed the panorama. I guess I will try gigapan next. Thanks.
I guess that's 148 megapixels. So get a free account at gigapan.com, download the free uploader, upload your jpg, and click on embed to get the embed code. If you want to include a few snapshots in the embedded image (click to zoom in) make them before you get the embed code.
Done! Thanks Chris!
Dan, paste this embedding code into the note. We might have to adjust the height and width values.
[open angle bracket]iframe src="http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/123310/options/nosnapshots/iframe/flash.html?height=450" frameborder="0" height="490" scrolling="no" width="540">
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