Panaromic Photography

What started off as a class project in a Computer Vision course, has developed into a full fledged hobby now. A panorama is perfect for capturing that special moment in a 360^o view.

SB Beach 

Panoramas can be created from multiple images stiched together using automatic alignment algorithms. The panorama examples stitched were created using Autostitch. Autostitch© uses SIFT features to compute the homography between images to align them.


Griffith Park

Griffith Park in Los Angeles is a small hill with a magnificent view of the city and the Hollywood sign
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A wide panaromic view of the hills around the Hollywood Sign, one of the most clicked places in LA.
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Getty Museum

A bird's eye view from the Getty Museum, Los Angeles. (Pic courtesy : Prasanta Ghosh)
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Santa Barbara

Where the mountains meet the ocean!
Beach View Panaroma
Pier View Panaroma

Lake Arrowhead

During the EE Research Festival at Lake Arrowhead, March 2011
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Prague, Czech Republic

Town Hall of Prague, adjacent to the famous astronomical clock
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Death Valley, California

Scorching summer at Death Valley, California
Campsite at Mesquite Valley View Panaroma
Zabriski Point View Panaroma


Mostly pictures taken inside the lab trying to caputre the atmosphere on special occassions. These panaromas have been shot using the Photaf app on Android.

Nassos’ farewell

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SAIL Meeting

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Matt's Defence

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Outside my door

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Other Galleries

In and around LA cbhushan/panorama.html

Note that the panaroma viewer applet used is memory intensive, and might take time to load.