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Friday, June 15, 2007


Photosynth is a collaboration between Microsoft and the University of Washington based on the groundbreaking research of Noah Snavely (UW), Steve Seitz (UW), and Richard Szeliski (Microsoft Research).

The Photosynth Technology is a taste of the newest and most exciting way to view photos on a computer, yet ,uptil now, a bit slow even for DSL users. The software takes a large collection of photos of a place or an object, analyzes them for similarities, and then displays the photos in a reconstructed three-dimensional space, showing you how each one relates to the next.

You can access gigabytes of photos in seconds, view a scene from nearly any angle, find similar photos with a single click, and zoom in to make the smallest detail as big as your monitor.

On the project presentation on TED talks*, You can see how Photosynth really collaborates the images contributed by of thousands of people enriching the value of each with the value added by networking all these images together...

Here's the main site for Photosynth by Ms Live Labs
Where you can have a try also have a blog & other nice stuff to check...& Guess what It even works on firefox quite well, actuall on my PC I it didn't even work on IE6 just on Firefox. You may be asked to download and install a couple of things

*Also here's a presentation for the project on TED talks
You can watch it in browser or download it in MP4 format...



Mohamed Gamal El-Den said...

3o2bal ma 7elwan te3mel collaboration with google :D

CreditAsk said...

Sounds great! Thank you for the information and the link. I’ll try to use The Photosynth Technology.