Project Journal: Dali Museum Stitch

Having narrowed the stitch down to 335 images, it took a bit to find the extra four frames (20 images) that were duplicates. The initial control point recognition showed me just how much work this would take, and after about an hour of control point tuning I ran the first stitch. I knew this wasn't going to yield a good product, but wanted to see where the focus needed to be. The new box made short work of this job, rendering in less than an hour. Over the course of the evening I spent about 3 more hours in control point tuning and ghost removal and ran three more stitches. Late in the evening I flattened a rendered image and loaded into a pano tour to explore. This is going to be a cool picture, here's a teaser: