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If a picture is worth a thousand words, this panorama is a J. K. Rowling–esque tome. Stitched together from 220 individual photographs, New York City photographer David Bergman's composite image of Pres. Barack Obama's inaugural address last week boasts a whopping 1,474 megapixels.
To capture the historic moment, Bergman utilized a GigaPan system, a robotic camera mount that NASA helped develop and that is closely related to the swiveling camera mount on the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity. According to Bergman's blog, it took a Macbook Pro six and a half hours to assemble the individual snapshots into the finished panorama.
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