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About This GigapanToggle
- Taken by
- Robin Rohrback-Schiavone
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- Print Pricing
- $8.23 to $548.00
- 0.12 Gigapixels
- Date added
- Jan 17, 2013
- Date taken
Reticulite, also known by the poetic name "thread lace scoria", is the "none more pumice" of glassy volcanic rocks. Like pumice, it is a volcanic glass. Unlike pumice, the gas bubbles in reticulite have all burst, leaving behind only the delicate interstitial mesh.
Reticulite forms in particularly vigorous lava fountains which reach at least 300 meters into the air. Pressure at that altitude is low enough that it causes the gases dissolved within the lava to rapidly exsolve.
This sample was graciously donated by Margie Kalua.
Where in the World is this GigaPan?Toggle
GigaPan Stitch.Efx version 2.1.0161 (Windows)
Panorama size: 118 megapixels (11888 x 9928 pixels)
Input images: 20 (4 columns by 5 rows)
Field of view: 31.2 degrees wide by 26.1 degrees high (top=15.2, bottom=-10.8)
Vignette correction on: c1=-0.0513 c2=-0.00069
All default settings
Original image properties:
Camera make: unknown
Camera model: unknown
Image size: 5184x3456 (17.9 megapixels)
Capture time: unknown
Exposure time: unknown
Focal length (35mm equiv.): unknown
White balance: unknown
Exposure mode: unknown
Horizontal overlap: 57.7 to 59.9 percent
Vertical overlap: 52.5 to 55.4 percent
Computer stats: 7861.82 MB RAM, 4 CPUs
Total time 2:07 (6.3 seconds per picture)
Alignment: 15 seconds, Projection: 33 seconds, Blending: 1:19
(Preview finished in 1:01)