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Check Out Windows Live PhotoZoom


Video: Windows Live PhotoZoom Alpha video demo - LiveSide.net

LiveSide showed off this video of PhotoZoom, a Silverlight-powered Windows Live alpha project that uses the very cool PhotoSynth technology to allow for seamless zooming of photos for anybody, a great way to share your favorite pictures.

By the way, if you haven’t experienced PhotoSynth, you don’t know what you are missing. Check it out in action here. It’s nothing short of amazing. Now imagine doing that with your own photos. Kewl.

The website is a 3D photo experience with the BBC, photographic representations of historic sites in the UK.

Viewers will be able to explore Photosynth representations of Ely Cathedral, Burghley House, the Royal Crescent, Bath, the Scottish Parliament buildings and Blackpool Tower Ballroom at http://labs.live.com/photosynth/bbc. The BBC will also have units on location at each of the historic sites to collect images from tourists visiting the sites. The synths will then be updated during the television series with a selection of these images.

(via Resource Shelf)

June 12th, 2007 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Silverlight, Developers, Live, Windows | no comments



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