Next week we are conducting a special GigaPan workshop at the Study Gallery in Dorset, England to train scientists who study the world heritage site, the Jurassic Coast. Bournemouth University will be setting up a special lending library of GigaPan imagers for those who graduate from this course, so this is an exciting new direction. In addition on Thursday evening, 26 March, at 7PM I will be giving a public lecture about the GigaPan project there, at Bournemouth University in Allsbrook Theatre. This workshop is funded by the
Fine Family Foundation and the Fine Foundation, so all thanks to them for making this possible.