Reverse panoramic - emulating a fancy motorized star-tracking camera rig
2014-12-20 21:11:39 GMT
- Take a lot of photos of the night sky with a fish eye camera. (Don't feel bad if they are a noisy mess because your old GoPro has horrible low-light sensitivity.)
- Track the brightest 10 stars using some very naive code (that I wrote) which dumps out 100k worth of alignment points in PTO format
- Run autooptimiser on it and go get a coffee.
- Run nona on the pano (more coffee)
- Now you have a stack of 100 photos, all perfectly (?) rotated and un-distorted that you can sum or do a median filter on, and
- Get a single beautiful picture of the night sky rivaling those people with a huge lens and a motorized camera mount.
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