When Nadar went up his balloon 150 years ago and took the first aerial photo, he triggered Jules Vernes into writing "Five weeks in a balloon".
The first panoramic view of a natural disaster was taken one hundred years ago after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake using a kite.
The first photo taken from space was obtained in 1946, from a V2 rocket and the first panorama in space was taken two years later.
Sixty years later, thanks to the HASP platform, we took one of the longest panoramic view from a high altitude balloon. This is mainly due to our ability to store large amount of data in common cameras (4GB).
Thursday, November 09, 2006
Posted by Igor at 2:35 PM