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Creating high resolution integrated circuit die photos with Hugin or ICE

Posted on Thursday, December 31st, 2015 in how-to, techniques by DP

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Ken Shirriff has written an article describing a technique he used for making high resolution integrated circuit die photos:

Have you ever wanted to take a bunch of photos of an integrated circuit die and combine them into a high-res image? The stitching software can be difficult, so I’ve written a guide to the process I use. These tips may also be useful for other Hugin panoramas.

More info at Ken Shirriff’s blog.

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