Thursday 16 December 2010
A Spanish team created one of the world’s largest images: Sevilla 111 Gigapixels.
The stitching was made using Autopano Giga 2.5 beta. 9750 images were stitched together and some of them were processed with the new NeutralhazerÂ® plug-in included in Autopano Giga 2.5. NeutralhazerÂ® removes the haze from landscape panoramas by analyzing each pixel of the image.
The stitching was processed on a 6-core Xeon computer embarking 40Gb of RAM and an 8-Tb hard drive.
Autopano Giga 2.5 loaded the 9750 images in 1.5 hours. The saving of the project file took 10 hours and the rendering last 100 hours.
The view includes shortcuts to interesting parts of the image. You can visit Sevilla 111 Gigapixels on this website.