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#163001 - 19th Jul 2007 11:32pm photosynth
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http://www.crazyleafdesign.com/blog/photosynth-prototype/

Watch this video to be amazed at a new Photo manipulation software.
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#163006 - 19th Jul 2007 11:40pm Re: photosynth [Re: Mark]
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Im struggling to see what role this will play in the world. Its probably already a feature in Vista or will be in SP1/SP2.

It has a couple of advantages over standard methods, but it will most probably be the next Vista Aero 3D desktop... a good idea in principle, but usability wise it just doesnt hack it like it should.

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#163010 - 19th Jul 2007 11:49pm Re: photosynth [Re: MattLFC]
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Watch the video again and listen to the bit about Flick R

basically turning a 2D image into a 3D walk through experience.

We may not see the need for it right now,
but i can see it being used as a search feature thing
as the guardian bit shows.
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#163011 - 19th Jul 2007 11:52pm Re: photosynth [Re: Mark]
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Yeah, but I dont want to a read a newspaper like that, i would rather read it normally.

And all that extra info... well I have Google for even more then that can ever provide.

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#163013 - 19th Jul 2007 11:55pm Re: photosynth [Re: MattLFC]
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But its not about you.

Anyway - keep an eye out for this product even if matty don't like it.
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#163015 - 19th Jul 2007 11:56pm Re: photosynth [Re: Mark]
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Lol, its not about me, no, but have ebooks really taken off??

How many people use interactive TV??

Point proven.

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#163016 - 20th Jul 2007 12:05am Re: photosynth [Re: MattLFC]
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Lol, its not about me, no, but have ebooks really taken off??

How many people use interactive TV??

Point proven.


i've used ebooks numerous of times in the past... audio mastering, ableton live, php, other web design related... only reason they havent taken off is because they can be easily obtained for zilch... well, that's wot i think anyways tease


as for interactive tv, i use that too... obviously only when there's events on, ie: snooker, tennis, or decent footie - otherwise it's useless lol

also, i guess sky+ (recording programs for viewing later could be classed as interactive tv) - which i do every day lol

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#163017 - 20th Jul 2007 12:12am Re: photosynth [Re: Davey_Martin]
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Sky+ isnt interactive television. Interactive TV is things like player cam and multi angles on Sky Active...

Neither of which are in prominent use, hence Sky have slowed down and in some cases removed the development of interactive TV. They are fads.

As for ebooks, they havent taken off simply because people want to read real books rather then look at a screen.

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