Pano Blunders

Nicholas LiCausi

Digital Fabrication Manager



So often we use digital tools as a prescription for creativity. “Panoblunders” reexamines the panoramic setting on a camera as a way to create dynamic temporal and spatial collages. Combining panoramas with moving people and objects creates an effect similar to long exposure photography.


If you walk through a panorama, the digital software tries to resolve you by erasing parts of your body. Instead of taking a static photo of a person next to art, nature, or architecture, “panoblunders” generates an image that blurs the line between subject and background.