I guess you can take this as an exercise for the future when you can't quite figure out whether you are stuck in a virtual reality or not.
Lens/sensor limit moire looks very different when compared to this.
I wonder if anyone’s put together a collection of amusing “inadvertent Photoshops” from botched panorama stitching.
Nothing I’ve seen yet tops this specimen of neural net weirdness:
"Wait a minute. Why didn't I see it earlier? Zoom and enhance on that smudge!"
If you scan anti-clockwise until the river is hidden behind the buildings you should see two tour boats with "China Bohai Bank" on the side. One appears to be pulling in and one pull out. If you look at the passengers - it's actually the same boat. If you follow the river clockwise, you'll see two barges carrying dark material. Again, these are the same boat.
I could be mistaken, but it seems in both cases that some 'manual effort' would have been involved to make the picture look natural by placing the duplicates slightly out of position as if they were two individual boats.
I haven't seen any ugly merges between the frames yet, but they can't have been done manually
This one looks a bit dodgy
You take these photos by mounting a dSLR on what is essentially a programmable tripod type thingy. It takes a series of photos, and all the images are stitched together in software. Depending on the software used, the algorithms will place things differently. Using different software to stitch the mosaic would result in, (probably), different artifacts in the final image.
> Why wouldn't they erase a duplicate?
This I don't have a good reason for, which is why i thought this was curious
IMHO to make the scene look more dynamic.
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How long it takes for robot to take all the pictures and how many pictures there is?
There is a type in the copyright footer on your website, it states (c) 1066 - 2019
Thank you for noticing ;)
And from the other side of the river:
This site can’t be reached.
sh-meet.bigpixel.cn’s server IP address could not be found.
I'm using CloudFlare DNS.
Buying a high-rise apartment includes many incentives, not just the colour of the plaster of the wall and compound security, which many of these Shanghai high-rises over on Bund side have, but, for many friends and colleagues that purchase one, that is is indeed a private space that should not have someone's camera pointed at them.
Anecdote is anecdote though. As is assumption.
Even street photography doesn't target people as-is. They become objects, they are stripped from their identity. They are part of the picture only.
Who can find this person? :)
I spent far too long finding that. Great game, haha