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<The following has been reposted from the Photosynth blog here>
We're pleased to announce that Photosynth, the acclaimed mobile panorama app, is now available on Windows Phone 8. Get Photosynth for free from the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Screenshot from a panorama captured via Photosynth on Windows Phone of a high camp on Mt Baker, WA. See the full pano here.
Sometimes a single photo - even a wide angle photo - doesn't do a location justice. Whether it's the view off a cliff, or inside an incredible cathedral, we've all been to places that cry out for a full 360 degree panorama. Photosynth is the only Windows Phone app that can stitch a full sphere. That's 360 degrees horizontally and vertically.
New features for Windows Phone 8 include:
If you have a Windows Phone, go to the Windows Phone Marketplace and install it now*.
Give it a try and let us know what you think with a comment here, in the Photosynth forums, in an email to email@example.com, or tweet us @photosynth.
- Javier Delgado, Senior Program Manager, Augmented Reality Team, Microsoft
* Note: Photosynth requires significant memory for stitching, and is only available for Windows Phone devices with at least 512MB of RAM. Some features are only available on Windows Phone 8 devices.
My initial review on this app is a thumbs up, nice! Looking forward to trying more of the features..
I have been using photosynth on my iphone for a long time now, its freakin sweet. I am seriously considering getting a windows phone lately too since Apple isnt really innovating anymore.
Photosynth looks like a really great app. Thanks!
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