In a commercial for Microsoft's Windows Live Photo Gallery, a little girl easily stitches together a panoramic photo using the program. After seeing it, I decided to download the program. I figured that I might be able to use it to stitch together some scans I have. Well, it didn't work. However, I discovered that the panoramic feature has other benefits.
A lot of animated shows pan the "camera" up or down to show a character in full. I decided to see what would happen if I took some screenshots of such a pan and had the program try to stitch them together.
The result was that you end up with a "full-length" pic of the character. I decided to try a few of these, which I am sharing below.
First, here's a pic of Rayne made up of screens from the first episode of Neo Angelique Abyss:
Next, is a pic of Namor made up of screens from the Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes episode "Imperius Rex":
Here is a pic of Throttle made up of screens from the Biker Mice From Mars episode "Stalkers":
And lastly, here is a pic of one of the guys of Tytania, made up of screens from the show's ending sequence:
As you can see, this feature is something I will likely exploit for future posts. I know there are other programs that have that same feature (and may not be as memory-intensive for someone with as many images as me). If anyone has some suggestions, leave them in the comments or shoutbox.