Ci vorrebbe almeno un software per dividere le immagini a “quadratini”.
Potrebbe essere un problema “burocratico” o almeno così è suggerito da questi post presi dal blog
# Tom Rutigliano Says:
May 11th, 2008 at 9:54 am
You might want to talk to the Galaxy Zoo people (http://www.galaxyzoo.org/)–they ran a very successful project to have the general public help catagorize galaxys. They’d set up a training module, and had systematic ways for people to get images to analyze and report results, which might work well for you also.
May 11th, 2008 at 10:19 am
It would have been fun to set this up in Amazon’s mechanical turk. Break up these 18 observations into 64,000 browser screen-sized 800×600 pixel sections would be easy with a little kdu_expand script. I’m sure it would be very popular (like the search for Steve Fossett). It would only take 640 people looking at 100 sections each to systematically cover the images. It would be a very economical way to do it. But no doubt it would require approval from very high levels (beyond our project).