Bug fixed in slicer, thanks to Pedro Silva!
More information and download of version 0.0.2.1 at the Slicer page.
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
This panorama is published in full resolution (3,3 Gigapixel). It was captured using a Fuji S3, Nikkor 70-300@300mm and my trusty Gigabot.
Shooting the 788 source images took 1 hour. Stitching was done with PTGui in 100 slices (see slicer tool) to increase render speed and minimize needed disk space.
On the upper left corner you can see a small black square. The size of this square represents the size of one source image. This should give you an impression about how small the individual photos actually are.
Sunday, March 2, 2008
Took some time (years), but now all stations currently in service are photographed ... phew.
You can either load the overlay for Google Earth by visiting this page, or you can explore the Vienna Metro through the Google Maps interface.
Please note: The default station locations provided by the Google Maps interface are partly missing and sometimes completely wrong. Please do not trust Google. Chances are high that you will get lost in Vienna. Use my overlay instead ;-)