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Old 16th May 2008
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Automatic panoramas anyone?

Take a look -

http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/...cle3938717.ece
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Re: Automatic panoramas anyone?

Great until you have to email it!
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Re: Automatic panoramas anyone?

Care to explain? Is it fake? or what?
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Old 18th May 2008
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Re: Automatic panoramas anyone?

This reminds me of blade runner
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Re: Automatic panoramas anyone?

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Care to explain? Is it fake? or what?
dunno - ask the Times
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Re: Automatic panoramas anyone?

This looks like the kind of thing a school physics club would knock up as a terms project - albeit they would have used a lot more meccano and at least a couple of rubber bands.

Very clever - but why bother, and would the average 'amateur' photographer really want to lug this to a mountain top to capture a sunset.

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Re: Automatic panoramas anyone?

It does look like a D of E challenge or something
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