Gigapans are large, high-resolution digital images created by digitally stitching hundreds of small photographs together to form a complete image. The process involves using a robotic camera platform which measures, aligns, and moves a camera in precisely defined steps, while panning and zooming on all areas of the subject.
Your camera has millions of pixels, Gigapans have BILLIONS. At Keystone, we use Gigapans to study rock outcrops in extreme detail. Use the controls below to take a closer look.