Microsoft Photosynth Share 3D Digital Photos Online

Microsoft’s new Web tool, dubbed Photosynth, gives viewers a zippy and cool way to share their photos online. A freely downloadable software crunches images, looking for pixels that are the same in each photo, and stitches them together into a panoramic scene, called a synth.

The synth shows one photo clearly at a time, while adjacent images appear faded, and others less closely related to the photo in focus are indicated with a ghostly scatter of pixels.

Viewers can zoom in and out, and pan left and right through the scene created by over-lapping many different views of the same place or object.

And yes, the whole thing can be easily embedded into other sites, such as blogs. Try it out!

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