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panography

[pənog′rəfē]
a method of tomography that visualizes curved surfaces of the body at any depth. In dentistry it is accomplished by simultaneous radiography or dental imaging of the maxillary and mandibular dental arches and associated structures along two axes of rotation. A panoramic image is recorded on an intensifying screen that rotates with the radiation source around the patient's head. The image is converted to digital form to be viewed on a computer screen. See also panoramic radiograph.
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SkyPan conducts panoramic photography operations above private property under very controlled conditions.
Each virtual tour, assembled through panoramic photography and videography, will provide all the features of the hotel in vivid details.
Panoramic photography of groundbreaking creations by Pritzker Prize laureate Gottfried Bohm, his father, his wife Elizabeth, and his sons.
Afterward, SFO curator Timothy O'Brien, knowing I'd been dreaming of a bike museum, gave me the background images-90 linear feet of panoramic photography of Mt.
High definition 360 degree digital panoramic photography integrated with the laser scanning equipment shall be undertaken.
95) packs in award-winning panoramic shots - over a hundred and fifty of them - and comes from the results of Kolar's 2012 Panoramic Photography Competition.
We wanted to simplify the information so it's in an easy-to-use format and also wanted to make the website visually appealing by using panoramic photography of the destinations served by our airline partners as well as vibrant images of the North East region," he said.
Says Adam Shehadeh, Sales/Support Manager at Panoramic Essentials, “It is always nice to learn that professional as well as non-profit organizations are taking advantage of advancements in panoramic photography.
He said that he liked to work on 360 by 180 degree coverage that panoramic photography provides because every inch of our beautiful country is quite important.
Not so with panoramic photography that captures an entire field of view.
The three judges are prominently involved with panoramic photography (two are based in Europe and one in Canada.
Another method of panoramic photography that became widely used during the heyday of the genre involved a camera mounted on a tripod topped by a set of gears that physically turned the camera from one edge of the scene to the other.