Later on I wanted to do some final touch ups on one of my images over a cup of tea, so I went to Starbucks where I got to talk to Connelly Barnes, a grad student at Princeton. He saw what I did and we talked a little about "gigapixel images" - the creation of photographes 100-300 times larger than what you capture with an everage camera. The results are truly impressive, check out the link below. Connelly also drew my attention to a Princeton lecture series called slasharts ( /@rts), where he recently got to listen to Clifford Ross. Ross invented a camera that captures the analogues equivalent to gigapixel images.
/@rts Lecture Series