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Panoscan Inc
5632 Van Nuys Blvd. # 150
Van Nuys , California 91401
United States

Company Description: Panoscan, a Los Angeles-based manufacturer of high-resolution digital panoramic camera products uses a combination of proprietary hardware and software to produce...   more

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"The Mark II/MK-3 can achieve 360-degree ..., 1 July 2015 [cached]
"The Mark II/MK-3 can achieve 360-degree captures that are better than the human eye; [they are] very good for picking up details and preserving evidence at a crime scene," says Ted Chavalas, president, Panoscan Inc.
Mac Central Article, 11 Mar 2011 [cached]
The resulting image requires no stitching and can be easily converted to cubic format for retouching and viewing with the new QuickTime Cubic VR feature, says Ted Chavalas, Panoscan president and product inventor.
He says that, with Phase One's digital line scan technology built-in, the Panoscan produces high-resolution 360-degree digital images with unparalleled resolution, extreme light sensitivity and extraordinary capture quality. Panoscan's maximum capture speed is 125 lines per second. With the new software upgrade, being introduced at QuickTime Live, Panoscan now has a maximum image size of 7,000 pixels by 44,000 pixels over 390 degrees.
"We are proud to demonstrate the high-performance Panoscan System technology at the second annual QuickTime Live! event," Chavalas says in a press release.
Pelican Media [cached]
He is a pioneer in using the Virtual Room technology for damage capture," said Ted Chavalas, owner of Panoscan.
PanoscanField Test, 26 Dec 2014 [cached]
Ted Chavalas, a photographer and the Panoscan's inventor, spent a couple half-days training me on the camera, and on a third day he accompanied me up the beautiful and spectacularly located Getty Center in Los Angeles.
But Ted Chavalas is a patient instructor, and I learned to make the required manipulations out in the field.
Ted Chavalas says, "You will learn the system best by using it."
Ted Chavalas was a good instructor. Since he's the inventor, he knows everything you'd want to learn about the camera, and much more. His explanations are clear and he adjusts well to the student's skill level.
Digital Imaging: Ware Reviews | Software, 1 July 2012 [cached]
Panoscan inventor, Theodore Chavalas, is a pioneer in VR photography. In 1992, two years before Apple Computers introduced QuickTime VR, Chavalas took his Navascan system to the top of the Golden Gate Bridge to capture a full panoramic image of the Bay Area. This early technology was the beginning of six years of research and development that led to the present Panoscan system. Chavalas is a mechanical engineer, a photographer, an expert in computer software and hardware technology, and a visionary.
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