Microsoft Research makes their Image Composite Editor available for free. Use the ICE to create high quality panorama photos by stitching together many photos.
This photo was created out of 34 photos taken on a 12 megapixel point n shoot camera – the end result, after overlaps and cropping, is a 78 megapixel image.
This is a size reduced 1920 pixel wide version of the original. On the original, I can just about zoom in to cars on the bridge. This photo was taken from the site of the Astoria tower, Astoria, Oregon, overlooking the Columbia River where it joins the Pacific Ocean.
Fused Machines showed off their 3D printer with CNC milling head project that is under development. This device is a 3D printer that can do additive manufacturing but also contains a milling head that does subtractive manufacturing. The combination can also be used to create very smooth finished 3D printed components which are basically “sanded” smooth by the milling head after printing.
Of course, I photographed this in 3D, shown here in red/cyan anaglyph format and also in cross-eyed (no glasses required) format. Click on any photos for a much larger version.
Cross eyed viewing format.
Portland State University students are aiming for space. This multi-year project is developing a highly advanced, controlled flight to 100 km space. The rocket also makes for a great 3D photo!
Cross eyed viewing format
Side by Side view for those with 3D monitors
This solar car was built by high school students from Bend and Redmond, Oregon, and has competed in a national competition.
Cross eyed viewing format.
Portions of this new 3D IMAX film were shot by astronauts on board the International Space Station.
Source: IMAX And Disney Set Toni Myers’ New 3D Space Documentary A Beautiful Planet For Release On April 29, 2016
This growth is due to the use of 3D imaging technology in health care.
The 3D imaging market to grow from USD 4.9 Billion in 2015 to USD 16.6 Billion by 2020, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 27.5% during the forecast period.
Source: Global 3D Imaging Market 2015 – Forecasts to 2020 for the $16 Billion… — DUBLIN, Sep. 07, 2015 /PRNewswire/ —
Canon has today announced a new ultra-high resolution CMOS image sensor that packs approximately 250 megapixels into an area smaller than a United States postage stamp.
Source: Canon announces whopping 250-megapixel camera sensor – TechSpot
These photographs were taken with a Nikon 1 V2 and a Computar f/1.2 12.6-75mm c-mount television camera lens. For improved sharpness, I usually shoot this lens at f/4 as it is soft at f/1.2. I also use a 0.6 ND filter so that I can use the lens wide open.
The lens is used with a c-mount to Nikon 1 mount adapter ring. The lens is primarily useful only at the long end of the lens, otherwise there is vignetting. However, for the used price, this produces a rather excellent, fast telephoto lens for the Nikon 1.
Click on any photo for a larger version.