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Microsoft has publicly released Photosynth, a way of combining conventional images to create 3D scenes. After you upload a set of images, the software analyzes each for similarities to the others, and then it uses this data to build a model of where the photos were taken. A viewer can then browse through the final photograph, navigating smoothly and zooming in tiny details.

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Microsoft has publicly released Photosynth, a way of combining conventional images to create 3D scenes. After you upload a set of images, the software analyzes each for similarities to the others, and then it uses this data to build a model of where the photos were taken. A viewer can then browse through the final photograph, navigating smoothly and zooming in tiny details.

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WOH SUPERDAMN COOL!!!!!!!!
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I tried, but everytime I tried it says that too many uploads right now, so they have suspended uploads :(

Now I can't even load the website
 

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The Photosynth site is a little overwhelmed

The Photosynth site is a little overwhelmed just now. While we’re reviving it, please check out our blog or join us for general discussion on our community site hosted by Get Satisfaction.
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I have recreated an account, but cannot install as my company's lappy is too old....since the minimum requirements is quite high (even compare to some computer games), I am sure the crunching is done locally and the server is where they store the finished product. They want you to use it online so that the site is worth some $...if not they have nothing to gain.:)

At the moment it is. It is not a stand alone programme though. You need to have internet access, guess all the crunching is done on the server end. You also need a MSN account.
 

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Unfortunately, we're not cool enough to run on your OS yet. We really wish we had a version of Photosynth that worked cross platform, but for now it only runs on Windows.

Trust us, as soon as we have a Mac version ready, it will be up and available on our site.
Hahah. I waited so long to try, and they say can't use!
 

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