July 30th, 2006 | Filed under: Internet, Photography, Technology, Virtual Reality | 3 Comments »


Photosynth from Microsoft Live Labs is a 3-D image reconstructor that rebuilds entire environments based on hundreds of photos taken from different angles.  The result is a web based photo browser that stitches photos into a seamless  panorama in a true 3d environment.  Think web based QTVR stitcher on steroids.

3 Comments on “Photosynth”

  1. 1 what is nailchipper? said at 1:50 pm on August 2nd, 2006:

    City Level Models…

    A technology called Photosynth, developed by Microsoft Research in collaboration with University of Washington, has the potential to change the way we look at maps.

    Photosynth takes a large collection of photos of a place or object, analyzes them for …

  2. 2 Kev Man said at 9:21 am on August 4th, 2006:

    Im a 3d animator and game designer. I can only imagine the games that will be created once this technology has been explored and exploited.

  3. 3 Nabeel said at 10:45 pm on August 24th, 2006:

    Yaa i saw the video on MS site .. i dunno if it’s going to be a hit or not ..

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