Photographer Develops Interactive Panorama From Curiosity Images

Photographer Develops Interactive Panorama From Curiosity Images. The Wired http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2013/02/curiosity-drill-panorama/ (2/12, Mann, 798K) “Wired Science” blog reports on the Curiosity rover’s first drill, noting, “With this incredible interactive panorama, you can stand right beside the rover and see both its amazing environment and the fruits of its labor.” It was developed by photographer Andrew Bodrov of Estonia, “whose previous Curiosity panorama showed the rover just after it landed in August. The self-portrait was stitched together from 66 shots taken with the rover’s MAHLI camera, which sits on the end of Curiosity’s arm and is not visible in the image, on Feb. 3.”