Last night's guitar concert by Chris Proctor in Small World Gallery was another opportunity to explore what I can do with the GigaPan. The gallery was full, the music was great, the lighting was, well, moody (to be generous.) So while Chris was making his opening remarks I had the GigaPan set up on a tripod, with the built-in computer driving the camera around on 15 exposure, from which this picture was stitched together. (It was only two weeks ago that I was back at Carnegie Mellon learning about the whole GigaPan process and getting kitted out with a GigaPan outfit.)Of course this picture doesn't do justice to the whole concept of the GigaPan. For the full effect go here and explore: http://www.gigapan.org/gigapans/36744/ Then explore what others are doing with the GigaPan: http://www.gigapan.org/ For a real eye opener take a look at the hugely popular GigaPan image of the Obama inauguration, here: http://www.gigapan.org/gigapans/15374/ The level of detail is amazing. What is more amazing is that you can do this with a pretty simple device (the GigaPan Epic) combined with most any point-and-shoot digital camera. And even more amazing (I know, I'm breathing a little heavy here) is that the entry price is $299! I can't think of any other under $300 accessory that expands your photographic horizons as much as this. The pricier GigaPan Epic 100 will set you back $449.00 but it will work with some of the smaller DSLR's. Might be worth it.