Photosynth Returns With More Mind-Blowing Photo Tricks
The team behind the mind-blowing photo-stitching software, Photosynth, is back with even more explosives for your brain.
As part of the SIGGRAPH 2008 conference in Los Angeles, the collaborative research team from the University of Washington and Microsoft Research showed off some changes and improvements that give Photosynth some even more stunning effects.
The new technologies move beyond the initial idea of stitching individual photographs together in a 3D environment, and can now actually manipulate color and tone within the photos.
It all sounds very technical and boring, but the results are amazing. Check out the video above and make sure you watch all the way to the end.
The idea of making PhotoSynth an integral part of Flickr almost makes us wish Microsoft had succeeded in buying Yahoo.
[via I Started Something]