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Ted Chavalas

President

Panoscan Inc

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Panoscan Inc

5632 Van Nuys Boulevard No. 150

Naperville, Illinois,60564

United States

Company Description

Panoscan Inc. is a manufacturer of the worlds finest digital panoramic camera and revolutionary PointGun 3D scanner. We also represent the amazing GeoSLAM ZEB-REVO 3D scanner. The MK-3 rotating camera scans 360 degree images in a single pass -- no stitching ...more

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Revolectrix : Customer Talk

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Ted Chavalas
Panoscan Inc.


Panoramas of Tropical Paradise

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Panoscan owner Ted Chavalas continues, "One primary difference between a 4x5 setup and the Panoscan is that our unit is designed to work with wide angle fisheye and super-wide 35mm lenses, which are more light sensitive, with apertures of f2.8 and wider.
The Panoscan's resolution is also phenomenal. "I've made scans at over 585 megapixels," Chavalas said, "but with the right lens and setting, you can go over 1,000." "The unit weighs nine pounds," Chavalas says, "and although we can-and probably will, for some applications-make the Panoscan lighter, its weight helps stabilize it and smooth out vibration. And our swing radius is less than six inches, which is critical for tight spots. Chavalas notes that with a fisheye lens, the Panoscan has the advantage of looking straight overhead and down in the same panoramic shot. At the end of the trip, I sent the unit back to Ted and it checked out fine.


Better Light 2006 Owners Conference Report

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Ted Chavalas, president of Panoscan (www.panoscan.com), presented a series of topics which expand the opportunities and applications of a panoramic device.
Ted covered a number of topics in depth (before and after dinner) including the basic types of Virtual Reality imaging and what techniques and software are needed. Panoramic images need some preparation for the software application to create a cylindrical VR image. One step is eliminating the overlap and blending the beginning and end of the scan to disguise any scene changes during the capture. With the challenging environments that the Panoscan camera must capture, as well as the increasing use of the Better Light for landscape and architectural applications, exposure and dynamic range have become concerns. Ted continued his presentation after dinner, with an overview of High Dynamic Range Imagery. Ted Chavalas of Panoscan (second from right) demonstrates the operation of their panoramic camera that uses Better Light electronics and software.


Better Light 2009 Owners Conference Report

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TED CHAVALAS, Panoscan, Inc., Van Nuys, CA
Panoscan, Inc. is a specialized panoramic camera system that uses the Better Light scanning technology and ViewFinder™ software. Ted Chavalas demonstrated how our "first cousin" is used for a wide variety of unique applications such as making tactical maps of schools and critical buildings for security and emergency reference. Law enforcement departments use the self-contained panorama camera to also document crime scenes in high resolution as a more objective coverage of the scene - the photographer does not have to decide on every small detail to photograph at the moment, since the panorama image has plenty of resolution to see little things that might not have been recorded otherwise. These panoramas can be enhanced with "hot spots" to link to close-up detail photos or other appropriate links so the jury can experience the full crime scene without having to travel to the location. Ted showed some of his customized accessories that Panoscan has developed to improve quality and efficiency in the imaging process. Ted Chavalas, president of Panoscan, Inc., mounts his camera system on the tripod to demonstrate some of the functions to the group.


Virtual Reality Photography - Ask the Experts: Climbing Safety

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Ted Chavalas of Panoscan did something similar shortly afterward, but he managed to lug a Panoscan and laptop into position on the face of a cliff and shoot it digitally.


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