Robot at Work

An industrial robot with a camera takes hundreds of macro pictures of the entire painting.
The individual pictures are stitched together to an ultra high-resolution image, which can be displayed
and magnified by factor 20 an more on any screen.

If the painting has a size of 75×65 cm you get a 264 times higher resolution than with a normal DSLR camera.

Making of

Studio

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Working Process

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Ultra High Resolution

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Detail from an oil painting (75x65 cm) cartographed with ROBOHOT (81'970 x 71'345 pixel)



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 Detail from an oil painting shot with a normal DSLR camera (5760 x 3840 pixel)

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Depth of Field

With a normal DSLR camera you have limited depth of field. Thanks to the stacking and stitching technology all levels become sharp.
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With ROBOPHOT you can extend the range of depth of field.

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