If you haven’t heard until now of Photosynth, then it’s about time that you did. Photosynth is a free software tool initially developed by Noah Snavely (a student from the University of Washington) and later acquired by Microsoft, which allows you to create a 3D scene from a series of flat photos of the same location/object. Photosynth analyzes the photos, finds the similarities, and uses the information to create panoramas, and once it is finished it offers you the possibility to explore places and objects.
Officially released on August 20, 2008, Photosynth transforms the pictures you have taken on holiday into an interactive environment, allowing you to explore places up to their minute details. The best part when using Photosynth is that you don’t need to be a skillful photographer or to have professional equipment in order to use it. All you have to do is to take clear pictures of the same location/building/object, to have a PC and an Internet connection, and let the software do it’s job.
To learn exactly how you can do that, just follow the steps:
1. Install the Photosynth software on your PC, from the photosynth.ne website
2. Create a Windows Live ID account by going on the accountservices.passport.net website
3. Create a Photosynth account on the hotosynth.net/setuser.aspx
4. Open the Photosynth software and start creating a new Synth
5. Add the desired photos: at least 3 pictures. It’s best to use the.JPG format.
6. Add a name to the project in the “Name and Thumbnail” field
7. Add tags and a description of the project
8. Choose one “Visibility” option
9. Click the “Synth” button
10. To view the Synth you’ve created just click the “View” button.
Also, you need to know that you can upload up to 20 GB of storage on the Photosynth site, and the software is compatible with “Windows XP (SP2 or SP3), Windows Vista, and Windows 7″.
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