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Extreme photography CS 178, Spring 2010 Marc Levoy Computer Science Department Stanford University
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! Marc Levoy Extremes ! high resolution high speed low speed small aperture large aperture narrow field of view wide field of view high dynamic range low dynamic range Sinar view camera 10,000 ! 8,000 pixels
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! Marc Levoy 111-megapixel wafer-scale sensor ! 95mm ! 95mm CCD sensor ! 10,580 ! 10,560 pixels ! low yield, very expensive 5” (aperture) telescope at the U.S. naval observatory, Flagstaff, AZ
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! Marc Levoy Graham Flint’s gigapxl.org ! custom camera and lens ! 18” negative ! drum scanner ! printer ! 40,000 pixels ! 25,000 pixels
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(full-resolution print in Gates Hall, 3 rd floor, entrance to graphics wing) Balboa Park, San Diego
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San Diego Skyline
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! Marc Levoy xrez.com (also gigapixel resolution)
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! Marc Levoy xrez.com (also gigapixel resolution)
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! Marc Levoy Extremes high resolution ! high speed low speed small aperture large aperture narrow field of view wide field of view high dynamic range low dynamic range
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! Marc Levoy Harold Edgerton: “father” of high-speed photography from Stopping Time, 1964 no shutter electronic strobe microphone near gun
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! Marc Levoy Ultra-high speed photography 18 atomic explosion 1/100,000,000 second camera was 7 miles away telescopic lens
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