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13. March 2009 by Erle 1 Comments

photosynth_2009_03_13Now you can be your own remote sensing platform on the cheap - in 3D!  Microsoft’s Photosynth application (installs in your browser) allows anyone to combine pictures taken from any angle from the ground or kite, balloon or radio-controlled airplane- what have you- and make a geometrically-corrected aerial view or 3D virtual world.  Just upload your photos!   The technology is based on work by Noah Snavely (now at Cornell)- unleashing a magnificent new force on the remote sensing scene- the plain old digital camera!

First Google Earth and now this!  It makes me wonder whether we humans are now ready to view the world globally from a human perspective…

Here are some great examples of Photosynth aerials: http://blogs.msdn.com/photosynth/archive/2009/03/06/it-s-a-bird-it-s-a-plane-it-s-photosynth.aspx

(beat you to the blog post Jonathan!)

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