torsdag den 21. august 2008
I et tidligere indlæg omtalte jeg Photosynth (http://gisdk.blogspot.com/2008/07/microsoft-moves-photosynth-under.html). Dengang var det kun muligt at se hvad udvalgte personer havde lavet med PS. Nu er der åbnet op for alle vi andre også kan bruge PS - hvis man gerne vil dele med alle andre.
In an earlier post I mentioned Photosynth (http://gisdk.blogspot.com/2008/07/microsoft-moves-photosynth-under.html). Back then you could only see what other chosen people had made using PS. Now it is open for all - as long as you are willing to share.
By Josh Lowensohn – August 20, 2008 6:35 PM PDT 10 comments
On Wednesday night, Photosynth, a technology demo from Microsoft Live Labs, is graduating from its "ooh, that's pretty" status to being a viable Web service for consumers.
The technology, which takes a grouping of photographs and stitches them into a faux 3D environment, can now be implemented with photos you've taken on your digital camera or mobile phone, and converted right on your computer. Previously, the process of stitching these photos together took weeks of processing on specially configured server arrays. With its latest version, Microsoft has managed to shrink that into around the time it takes to upload your photos.
Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10020637-2.html?hhTest=1