Creepy New Technology Reveals Every Face in a Crowd

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We can no longer be faceless in a crowd. A new technology, Gigapixel Panorama Photography, now exposes every face in a crowd, no matter how large the crowd or how small the face.
If you go to this site, you’ll see a photo of a huge crowd, numbering in the hundreds if not thousands, at the 2011 Stanley Cup Final in Vancouver. The pic was taken at 5:46 pm on June 15, 2011.
The human beings in the pic are so small that they look like ants. But if you do the following, they’ll no longer be ants:

  • Put your cursor on any face or figure in the pic.
  • Double click.
  • You’ll see an enlarged picture of the person in high resolution. If it’s not big enough, just double-click again.

Imagine what the government can do with this technology. Big Brother is watching you!!!
H/t Spirit Daily.
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Creepy New Technology Reveals Every Face in a Crowd

  1. This is silly. It’s not ‘creepy new technology’, it’s over 200 ordinary news photos taken over 15 minutes at a newsworthy gathering, displayed in an interesting way. What’s the news here? If you go out in public, someone might take your picture? Didn’t we already know that?

     
  2. They’re just getting us ready for the OWG. The days of privacy are coming to an end. The days of Freedom are over. it’s happening all over the world. Why do you think there is mass immigration? So as all will be as one under the Anti-Christ. “I am with you always even to the end of the world”, gives me courage. They shall not win!

     

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