photomosaic


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photomosaic

[¦fōd·ō·mō′zā·ik]
(graphic arts)
Composite photograph (usually aerial) made up of individual, small-area photographs placed side by side.
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The original undistorted digital photographs are stored with the photomosaic for reference.
The AutoCAD map could now be compared with both the photomosaic and USGS mylar composite.
The photomosaic of images is a new tool for studying mid-ocean ridge processes," he said.
To the company's knowledge, this is the first time that a geographically correct color photomosaic of a shipwreck and debris field on a deep-water shipwreck has ever been produced.
Created by Robert Silvers, who invented Photomosaic technology while a student at the MIT Media Lab, the "HP Invent America" Photomosaic features digital images submitted by people across the country that showcase their favorite inventions.
Figure 4 illustrates one photo frame taken from the blimp along with a combination of about 50 such frames into a digital photomosaic.
A Photomosaic combines the art of photography with the science of image computing to produce original works of art.
Robert Silvers' Photomosaics are being celebrated everywhere - from London's National Portrait Gallery where his Photomosaic portrait of Bill Gates is featured in the exhibit "Painting the Century" alongside the works of Picasso, Munch and Warhol -- to Monterrey, Mexico, where the largest-ever Photomosaic, commissioned by Coca-Cola bottler Procor, is wrapped around the Latin Building off Macroplaza Square -- Monterrey's most popular meeting place.
PHOTOMOSAIC PORTRAITS featuring Silvers one-of-a-kind renderings of everyone from Jesus Christ, and Marilyn Monroe to Princess Diana and Jerry Seinfeld.
One of the more fascinating site links includes the display of the actual ship photomosaic, pieced together from hundreds of images shot 2 1/2 miles beneath the sea by cameras hovering over the wreck site.
Back on land, they pieced together the photos to compose detailed photomosaics that offered panoramic perspectives of entire swaths of seafloor.