“Gigamacro” by Cooper

  • ©Gene Cooper

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    Gigamacro

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    GIGAmacro 3D introduces a unique method of producing 3D content for education, research, and scientific study. The robotic camera systems use multi-axis image capture, focal stacking, image stitching, and photogrammetry to produce highly detailed microscopic 3D data from complex subjects. This new technique has potential applications in several areas, including entomology, palentology, life sciences, medical diagnostics, and manufacturing quality control.

    Traditional photogrammetry techniques and laser scanning have a very limited range of resolution for small subjects such as a beetle, a small fossil, or an electronics board. By integrating multiple process such as focal stacking with photogrammetry and precision robotics, GIGAmacro 3D can precisely capture detail as small as one micron.


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