PhotoSynth

July 25, 2007 at 3:30 pm | Posted in Science, Technology | 1 Comment

And you thought programs that merged images into a panoramic view were cool. How about a program that automatically interlinks all publicly shared images into a 3D space?

“creates breathtaking multidimensional spaces with zoom and navigation features that outstrip all expectation”

“Dive into a freefall and watch as the speck becomes a gargoyle.”

They also show entire books and newspapers in the interface. Because it has much expanded depth, a small corner ad can zoom all the way into videos, specs, and more. Information in 3 dimensions.

And image resolution does not slow it down – it feeds based on screen resolution.

He refers to it as tapping in to the collective memory…

http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/129

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  1. […] In Internet, Media, Online services, Software, Web Apps | 1 Comment Back in 2007, I blogged about a TED presentation on Photosynth, an experimental technology that used geographic data captured by cameras with image stitching […]

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