Microsoft Photosynth Takes 2D Photos into a 3D World

Microsoft Photosynth is a powerful set of tools for capturing and viewing the world in 3D. You can share your creations with your friends on Facebook, publish them to Bing, or embed them in your own blog or Web site. Here are just a few uses for this tool:

  • Visiting Museums all over the world
  • Providing a venue for students to showcase artwork (e.g. paintings, sculpture, models)
  • Documenting Crime scene photos
  • Patient care scenario reenactments
  • Virtual tours
  • And many more

This quick and easy tool allows you to build your own image display or choose from an unlimited supply to topics and locations. Visit Photosynth and explore the library of images.  These images will take you to the pyramids in Egypt or on the Maid of the Mist in Niagara Falls.  Also explore the app for easy collection of images on your ipad, iphone, or android device.

About Photosynth

Getting started in Photosynth

Sign Up for Photosynth

How to shoot images

What are the system requirements to view synths on my computer?

The synths made with the technology of this technical preview work on the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. (Safari users need to manually enable WebGL.)
In addition, to view the interactive synths, your system must support WebGL. To run WebGL, your system needs a modern graphics card and processor. If WebGL is not supported on your system, we display a view-only movie version of the synth for you. To check if your system can run WebGL, visit WebGL Website.
If you still can’t view an interactive synth, your browser may be using compatibility mode to display it. Check your browser’s settings and disable compatibility mode for the page displaying the synth.

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