Regis University Main Hall and Chapel Combined



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Like the title says this synth is of my College's Main Hall and Chapel. After numerous attempts I think I finally got it right. I had to scale back on the pictures in order to have it synth together.

Anyway I hope you enjoy this synth, and the many different scenes in it.

The direct3d point cloud is tops!
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Photos 1440
Date Created 10/7/2009

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gfxblit Over 1 year ago
wow that's an amazing synth! the overhead view is simply amazing...capturing not only one building but multiple buildings and statues too! i'm fav'ing this.
Marvin Over 1 year ago
This is a superb example of what overhead mode can do when combined with interesting highlights.

Great job!
gobo82 Over 1 year ago
Wow buddy what a synth! Congrats! What do you mean by scaling back the pictures?
Schn828 Over 1 year ago
Glad everyone enjoys this synth! Gobo82, I have over 500+ more pictures of this area, but 2000+ pics won't synth. I have a question, I take my pictures on the highest detail settings, if I were to take pictures at the medium setting, could I synth more pictures together because the file size would be smaller?
dougmath Over 1 year ago
Excellent synth. I like the new overhead view but the Direct3D viewer still rocks (I especially like how the Direct3D viewer keeps all of the points in the point cloud viewable as you rotate or move.) The point cloud is amazing on this synth.
swami_worldtraveler Over 1 year ago
Schn828, YES, reducing the image size will allow you to synth more images:) See the help thread, "how can i upload 800 photos to photosynth" (

Here are some other interesting threads I found...

"What's going on behind the scenes?"

"Maximum number of images"

"What image quality and resolution should I use?"

"What's the best size/resolution for taking pictures for Photosynth?"

"What is the maximum resolution used for feature extraction?"

Schn828 Over 1 year ago
Thank you so much! I will put these to use right now!
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