With ChronoZoom’s vast zoom capability, viewing extremely high resolution images on the order of Gigapixels is possible.

1 Gigapixel is equal to 1000 megapixels

1 Gigapixel is about 70 times higher resolution that today’s 14 megapixel consumer cameras.

Here are some example images captured by the ChronoZoom team.

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This is a “low resolution” 260 megapixel image of Doe Library at UC Berkeley captured by the ChronoZoom team. Click here to view.

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Close up of the top right corner on Doe Library taken from the above 260 megapixel image.




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This is a 1,400 megapixel (1.4 GP) close up image of the Bonarellia layer (rock formation) in Furlo, Italy produced by the ChronoZoom team. Click here to view.

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This is a 801 megapixel close up image of the Bonarellia layer in Furlo, Italy produced by the ChronoZoom team. Click here to view.















These images were captured using a GigaPan Epic robot tripod system, then processed by Microsoft Research Image Composite Editor.