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Launchpad: Gigapan

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Learn about the NASA spinoff Gigapan, an intelligent tripod that allows photographers to stitch photos for a dramatic panoramic view. See how NASA first used this technology on Mars. Find out how high school students can get involved with NASA

Published on: June 23, 2009

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