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where's jeanne?

 
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In the sprit of where's waldo, here's "where's jeanne"? This was taken as a high resolution, 360 degree photo. It was cool when they took it at the FIRST robotics championships

https://gigapixel.panoramas.com/first/2017/


 
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And so this isn't impossible, we are sitting on the left side (from the point of view of the people) in this section and I'm the hidden person with the arrow.
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You're right. There is not a hope in heck chance that I'd have found you without guidance. Especially when all you can see is half of your head.

Cool image though. Did you see how it was done? A ball of cameras and some post processing image stitching wizardry?

I remember getting our school photos done once a year, back before digital cameras were a thing, and the film camera did some soft of panning action where we all had to keep still for a number of seconds. And without fail there was always some joker who got himself in the photo twice by posing on the left edge of the group then running round the back to pose again on the right before the camera got there. These things are funny when you're 16 years old.
 
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Tim,
It was a camera that sun 360 degrees. We had to be still for about a minute.
 
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