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Faces in the Crowd
Faces in the Crowd
mattgeb (Over 1 year ago)
Thanks. David, I added the geotag. This is a sculpture by the Wellington Webb Building in Denver Colorado. I took a few 360 panoramas of the sculpture too: http://walkspots.com/beta/search.php?tag=webb

Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
Great synth - who is the artist?

David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
If you get a chance, please give us a geotag on this one. It's a great sculpture, and I love the way you used the people to make it all the more interesting.

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Emerald
Emerald
Nathanael.Lawrence (Over 1 year ago)
I completely agree. My ethernet cable/data bus usually can't load all the tiles in time for long paths, so the basic result was just bumping into a bunch of pixelated garbage between highlight A and highlight B. This new technique sidesteps that entire mess and retains context very beautifully and clearly. It must look especially pretty on top of a map. All the best to you and yours, Nate

madeeds (Over 1 year ago)
Thanks for noticing! That's a feature that shipped with the last major web site release a few weeks ago. When it's a long path between two highlights, and we think it will be less confusing to go up and back down, we do that.

Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
Matt, have the highlights always done the flying up to overhead and swooping back down to the destination? I'm thinking it came with one of the most recent updates to the SL3 viewer, but am wondering if I just overlooked it for a while. Moving from the '5-speed' highlight to the 'Seat' exemplifies the transition I'm talking about. I was under the impression that until the past month or so, you always took the path approach. How is it determined when to use the swing up and over transitions?

madeeds (Over 1 year ago)
Hi, Baylee. Thanks for asking. A Photosynth is a collection of photographs that have been stitched together in 3D space. It's great when you need to capture both the greater context and the small details of something. You can embed them on a web site and share them via e-mail. To get started, take about 30 pictures of your favorite object from all angles. Hold the camera steady or do it outside in the middle of the day when you have lots of natural light. Then click on the "Create" button on photosynth.net, and follow the instructions to create your own. Enjoy!

Baylee.Goodrich (Over 1 year ago)
hey (: , will you please explain to me what a photosynth is ? im only fouteen , but i really wanna learn !!

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The Finnish National Theatre
The Finnish National Theatre
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
Great synth on a beautiful sunny day - I´m waiting for more impressive synths from you...

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Santa Barbara Courthouse // Inside and Out [9]
Santa Barbara Courthouse // Inside and Out [9]
EdLee (Over 1 year ago)
Thank you, all. Hi Darius, thank you for adding the Highlights feature. That's a very good idea: mark the key frames and not the in-betweeners. :) I look forward to you guys improving Silverlight's Point Cloud performance, quality, and halos to match or even exceed the Direct3D viewer's. This Courthouse is still work in progress... I need 64-bit Windows, lots more RAM, much faster CPU, and a much faster connection for uploads! :(

Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
You are a perfectionist - very very good*

dariusmonsef (Over 1 year ago)
Thanks for adding the highlights... much easier to get around this giant synth now :)

Superfurry (Over 1 year ago)
WOW !!!!

UnTamedTraveller (Over 1 year ago)
Very nicely shot! After seeing a few of these PhotoSynths now though, I can't help feeling that the one thing that is missing of course is a SOUNDTRACK. Maybe because of my background in movies. Yeah, I know, though -- the copyright problems... Okay, I'll hum....

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The Pineapple
The Pineapple
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
Yes, a very good synth.

K (Over 1 year ago)
This is a great synth, make sure you navigate to inside the entrance where you can read a bit more about this interesting structure.

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experiment: wall - grid - window - stone
experiment: wall - grid - window - stone
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
nice experiment - if you choose the point cloud and look from the site, you can see the window through the wall*. Look at my synth "A Room with a View"...

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Blessed Sacrament University District
Blessed Sacrament University District
lostinthetriangle (Over 1 year ago)
Thank you for the information. I have also found that re shooting the scene different times of the day seems to help , especially with the cloud point!

adinelichleam (Over 1 year ago)
The service was a funeral for Fr Thomas Kraft OP, 17 December 1953 - 22 January 2009. This started as a tribute to him, documenting his standing-room-only funeral. The 27 funeral photos can be seen at: http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=c3b3e983-8373-47f3-b634-910539157901 The remainder of the photos were taken over the next few weeks (explaining the varying lighting conditions) to flush out the synth.

Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
Incredible*

lostinthetriangle (Over 1 year ago)
Nicely done, also a great point cloud! I wondered how stained glass windows would synth. How did you manage to take the pictures during the service without having too many "bad looks"?

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Kamien Pomorski
Kamien Pomorski
David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
Beautiful -- please tell us more about this place and geotag it...

Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
early morning landscape?

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Frosuda Torg, Solna, Stockholm
Frosuda Torg, Solna, Stockholm
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
perfect 3D point point cloud of a ball*

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Elephant
Elephant
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
little elephant and great point cloud*

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Nico, known from TV
Nico, known from TV
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
Very good. I think you will get a perfect result if you choose a background with different colors and different patterns. Look at my granite stone synth*

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Welle
Welle
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
Very good effect with only 22 pics.

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UCLA - Royce Hall
UCLA - Royce Hall
Ultrasound (Over 1 year ago)
Great: 644 photos and a very good point cloud.

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