Even in museums, guests aren’t typically allowed to get too close to paintings, especially famous ones, like Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring”. Hirox Europe, a company specializing in high resolution 3D scans, decided to use their 3D digital microscope to create an interactive 10-billion pixel panorama image of this famed artwork. Simply put, it consists of 9,000 images that were stitched together to produce the final image. Read more for a video, additional pictures and a link to explore yourself.
What sets this microscope apart from others? Well, the Hirox 3D digital microscope enables one to view a painting at 4.4-microns per pixel, creating a 10-billion pixel panorama that you can magnify up to 700 times. This basically simulates you actually holding it in your own hands. Certain sections of the painting were then captured in even more detail using the microscope’s 3D capabilities, with each pixel equivalent to 1.1 microns.More information here.
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