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GigaPan imaging

The Archaeological Computing Research Group have begun to take advantageĀ of GigaPan imaging within our analysis of archaeological datasets.Ā GigaPan imaging offers the first solution for shooting, viewing and exploring high-resolution panoramic images in a single system, in other words, we are able to incorporate a number of images within one singleĀ crisp and vivid panorama. GigaPan imaging can be used in relation with a number of different datasets. Continue reading →

#caasoton finished

Tomorrow is the excursions day at #caasoton so the main conference has finished. It has been an extraordinary few days.Ā Overwhelmingly the response to the conference has been very positive, and delegates seemed happy with the many different things we tried. From the videos to the website to the social media to the rather tasty selection of pastries :-) We have all met some fantastic people over the last four days and we wish all of them a safe journey home. Continue reading →