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  • #16
    This is like watching CSI where they have a security camera picture and they zoom in 50x and it is still sharp.

    Oh look at that - very poor quality bl/wi camera in bad angle, lets 3d it and swirl 85 degrees and zoom in 300x and look!! It obviously had a cd player in his hand and not a gun.

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    • #17
      Hey Floris - How far are you from Delft? Could you be in the picture??
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      • #18
        Originally posted by tgillespie
        I can't imagine what the bandwidth is for this. I realize not everyone is loading 2.5GB, but there is a possibility that one person could consume this much.
        Not to mention the RAM in your PC, i have 1gig ram installed and it started swapping to HD when i zoomed around alot
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        • #19
          Originally posted by chrispadfield
          It only sends back small pictures using the applet. If you refresh the whole page thousands of times, then sure - but no more than if you refreshed a page on any other website.
          I was thinking of something along the terms of if someone navigated through out the entire picture zoomed in. I would venture to guess that everyone who looks, views 10% of the image zoomed in which is still quite a bit of bandwidth itself.
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          • #20
            I was thinking of something along the terms of if someone navigated through out the entire picture zoomed in. I would venture to guess that everyone who looks, views 10% of the image zoomed in which is still quite a bit of bandwidth itself.
            10% of it viewed in would be a couple of thousand pictures given the resolution of the picture and the resolution of the individual screens. I am sure there is software that can measure the bandwidth of a page view, the images it displays are really not that big - I can tell by how quick they load
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