Mark Bauman’s keynote lecture at the first FOFS on Gigapixel Imaging and Gigapaning for Science


CarnegieMellonU | December 03, 2010 | 1 likes, 0 dislikes

Mark Bauman’s keynote lecture at the first Fine International Conference on Gigapixel Imaging for Science, November 11-13 2010 at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. With Illah Nourbakhsh and Milton Fine. Aiming to explore innovative use of gigapixel imaging in the classroom, the field and the laboratory, presentations focused on the latest techniques, ideas, applications and research findings related to various aspects of gigapixel imaging for science.

Mark Bauman of National Geographic Society discussed the role of gigapixel imagery as a tool for scientific, cultural and environmental literacy. He emphasized the projects National Geographic has undertaken in the space of interactive content and exploration for these same issues, demonstrating how new media forms of imagery are charting new relationships between the scientist, the public and the media company.

Contact: http://gigapixelscience.org or Mary Jo Daines at mknelly@andrew.cmu.edu

 

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