Microsoft Photosynth demo video

, posted: 31-Jul-2006 21:34

PhotosynthPhotosynth is a really interesting product from Microsoft's Live Labs that takes a collection of pictures and creates a three-dimensional space for them by analysing the images and looking for similarities.

It's maybe still an idea looking for an application, but in the hands of a creative photographer, I can imagine Photosynth being an amazing tool.

Here's a demo video of what Photosynth can do (thanks BR):
More demo videos in higher resolution and better quality than the Google Video sample above here: Microsoft Live Labs: Photosynth

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