Monday, August 25, 2008

Were you at the July 4th, 2008 Yankee game against the Red Sox?

If you were, you will find this photo on pretty amazing. A little more about the photo:
This panoramic view of Yankee Stadium on July 4 was shot using GigaPan technology. You can zoom in on any detail – from Alex Rodriguez approaching the plate in the first inning against the Red Sox to the fa├žade of the new Yankee Stadium beyond leftfield. Taken by a robotic camera, the photo was shot over the course of 10 minutes and consists of 124 frames stitched together. Carnegie Mellon developed the GigaPan technology last year in collaboration with NASA.
Feel free to leave a comment if you find anything crazy going on in the picture.

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Anonymous said...

there is a lot going on in this pic. I showed it to my 12 year old son and the first thing he noticed is that Mike Lowell and Alex Cora are missing from the pic. No SS and 3B. If you look closely you can also see Beckett is throwing the pitch but Varitek and A-Rod are not ready. Also the ump at first is in play as if the pitch was thrown. If you look around the crowd you can see where the pic's were seamed together, including the ump at first. Very cool stuff.

spaltor said...

unfortunately, it's not a 360, so some of the seating in right field isn't visible. which means that i can't find myself in the rf bleachers... oh well.

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