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Gigapxl Project

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Gigapxl Exhibit.mp4

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The Gigapxl Project, initiated late in the year 2000 under the impetus of retired physicist Graham Flint, is a large format landscape photography and ultrahigh-resolution scanning and printing technology, developed around custom-built Gigapxl™ cameras and modern digital scanning and printing equipment and software. Image size on Roll Film is 18″ × 9″, scanned at 5000 dpi giving a resolution of 4 Gigapixel.
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