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Sol 410 - Husband Hill Mosaic ( 7 X 4 )
djellison
post Mar 5 2005, 11:22 PM
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A little something I put together whilst waiting for the Australian Grand Prix - this is two sections ( a 4x4 and a 4x3 ) of the full Panorama taken at Larrys Leap. I'm hoping to be able to do the section looking into Ten.Val next week.

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post Mar 6 2005, 01:12 AM
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Can JPL boys stitch better?


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post Mar 6 2005, 01:57 AM
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Not better I think, nope. A very pleasing mosaic djellison!
Great work!


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post Mar 6 2005, 02:04 AM
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of the full Panorama taken at Larrys Leap


Umm, Larry's Lookout... Larry's Leap was in Endurance I think... wink.gif biggrin.gif

Awesome work though...!!! Amazing!
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post Mar 6 2005, 04:54 AM
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Oh yeah - it's L2 + L5 only as well biggrin.gif

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post Mar 24 2005, 05:27 PM
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Hi Doug,

I remember your saying that you use PTGui to create your panoramas. I downloaded the program last night and tried to creat a 2 x 2 mosaic (2 rows, 2 frames per row). Unfortunately, the resulting mosaic cut off the top half and right half of the original images.

Can you tell me what settings I should use for the pancam and navcam photos? That is, what focal length and lens size should I indicate. Do I have to set the dimensions of the final panorama?

Thanks in advance,
Aldo.


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post Mar 24 2005, 06:07 PM
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I know pancam has an effective focal length of 38 mm and a FOV of 16.8. Somewhere else I read 16.6 so I'm not exactly sure but I use 16.8 most of the time. Navcam is 45.
You should see the Pancam user guide, available via the Cornell site.


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Thanks, NIX......can't wait for your website updates!!


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post Mar 24 2005, 07:26 PM
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QUOTE (NIX @ Mar 24 2005, 06:07 PM)
I know pancam has an effective focal length of 38 mm and a FOV of 16.8. Somewhere else I read 16.6 so I'm not exactly sure but I use 16.8 most of the time. Navcam is 45.
You should see the Pancam user guide, available via the Cornell site.
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NIX, what do you mean with "Cornell site"?
There is a "Support/FAQ" site on the software page: http://www.ptgui.com/support.html Even there I've found a link to a german user who gives tips on his page.


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post Mar 24 2005, 07:59 PM
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QUOTE (aldo12xu @ Mar 24 2005, 05:27 PM)
Hi Doug,

I remember your saying that you use PTGui to create your panoramas.  I downloaded the program last night and tried to creat a 2 x 2 mosaic (2 rows, 2 frames per row).  Unfortunately, the resulting mosaic cut off the top half and right half of the original images. 

Can you tell me what settings I should use for the pancam and navcam photos?  That is, what focal length and lens size should I indicate.  Do I have to set the dimensions of the final panorama?

Thanks in advance,
Aldo.
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Not sure I understand the problem - I just use 16.6 for pancam and 45 for Navcam - the other info ( sensor size, focal length etc ) are just ways to come to a degree value smile.gif

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post Mar 24 2005, 08:39 PM
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Cornell_one of the official sources for the info

http://www.athena.cornell.edu/

http://www.athena.cornell.edu/the_mission/ins_pancam.html

http://www.athena.cornell.edu/pdf/tb_pancam.pdf

The last link is a small document compared to the Mer/Pancam data processing user's guide but the necessary info is there.


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Oh that way rolleyes.gif I misunderstood one or two posts above. I already thought NASA/JPL etc. use PTGui too for their unequaled Mars panos. blink.gif

I've already known this links, anyhow thank you.


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post Mar 24 2005, 09:56 PM
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wow doug. It looks like your 2 image color is working nicely.

I am amazed at how you get the colors to match so well. Time to read more on photoshop.

Someday mabey i'll get close to dougs level of mastery but for now I am but a lowely aprentice. (that spells bad and dosent have a spell check on his computer) biggrin.gif

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