PS3Blog.net writes: The first thing that came to mind when Tosh saw this was this YouTube video about this Gigapan technology looks very similar to Sony's E3 Website - www.sceainvites.com
That's pretty neat. Images doesn't blur when zoomed. :)
The one's we see really close are vectors. Put a photo of yours on it and it'll blur the same as if you zoom on it normally. But yeah, pretty neat.
that makes more sense lol
tht thng is sexy
Why the disagree? Unless there's some amazingly new technology out there (most likely from a crime TV show) that magically enhances image quality, I believe I'm correct
It looks like they're using high res images and not vectors. They say that it's based on a "tree like" structure. This way, information isn't loaded until it's called for, and can actually be used in a loop if authored that way. The image they used with the outdoor people scene definitely isn't all vectors.
WTF, what can't the ps3 do??? This is freakin amazing
ive seen this sort of thing before
the entire demonstration was done on the ps3...
THEY DO DEMONSTRATIONS FOR TECH ON PS3!!!! but can you design your own games??? looks at little big planet 2 trailer. damn
You could actually make a pretty cool game out of that tech.
an INSANE wheres waldo, that would be pretty cool.
Given the difference between this announcement and actual implementation, have to wonder why we're just now seeing it.
You should ask Microsoft that. Seriously, they finally have something that they could keep secret from the backstabbing, probing press, and now we're going to bitch that they didn't reveal it sooner? C'mon!
I can't wait for them to implement this on the ps3
this is actually old.. but the problem is comparing sony to apple.. sony makes great ideas and products apple implements them in the gaming world, sony will introduce this feature, not promote it, someone else will 3 years later and get popular off of it.
From what I've noticed, Sony seems to take a company's innovation, and improve upon it so much that it changes the industry more than the actual innovation itself. Take the analog, Nintendo came with it first, and Sony added a second analog to their controller. BOOM! Nintendo came with Motion Control, Sony is taking it a step further with a Mo-Cap sphere combined with their Camera, improving accuracy and any other flaws the Wii Mote had. Can you follow me? Whatever they do, Sony will do it better. What's a good word for that?
But this time Sony cant improve!
Japanese Technology stuff Always Welcome.
that's really neat!
Wow, I have a good feeling this will work with move, seems perfect for something like this being you are more or less moving things on the Z axis. Quite cool. Be good for cell phones.
indeed, but i really don't think something like this will come to the playstaton 3 (But it surely would be something interesting to have)
If you listened to the report then you'd know that the program was running on a PS3. Chances are it might be part of the framework for a new browser. They even had it on a PSP.
very cool could even be a completely different user interface for the PS3
ummm how is this related to sony's teaser site?
I think people are just linking the two because of pictures laid out in a grid sequence, which I don't think is the best thing to do.
.... why on earth is this allowed on n4g.
WTF!!! that's pretty neat!!!
looks a lot like the E3 teaser site for Sony. QUICK: someone start zooming in all over the site and try to find secret messages!
id love to see google earth on the ps3