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 Photosynth for Windows Phone Transforms 2D Images To 3D Panoramas
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Message Text: Microsoft's Photosynth app for Windows Phone has arrived, allowing users of Windows Phones to create 3D panoramas from plain old 2D shots.

The app can piece together a full panoramic sphere (that?s 360 degrees horizontally and vertically,) by intelligently sewing together separate snapshots into one scene. For example, this one is a panorama of Pulpit Rock in Norway.

The new Windows Phone app makes it easy to create synths of your own. Start it up, move the camera around, and watch your panorama fill in. Make a 360 revolution and watch it join up. Capture the floor and ceiling too. When you're done the shots are automatically stitched together. The panorama can be then published to the Photosynth site or share it via Facebook and Twitter.



If you have a Windows Phone running WP 7.5, go to the Windows Phone Marketplace and install it now.
 
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