Your photos – with a 360 degree spin
by on August 9, 2012
Photosynth might not be a new idea from Microsoft, but it’s now amazing when paired with the gyroscopic power of mobile phones.
Previously you’d have to take a load of photos, upload them to the right website, and hope they overlap enough to make a panoramic view you can scroll around. It also depended on the accuracy of the stitching algorithm on whether you got a decent result.
The same algorithm is in use on this app, but you can be so much more accurate, using the on screen guidelines to tell you where to hold the phone – resulting so much better pictures.
Overall, the quality of the pictures isn’t perfect if you do things quickly, but spend some time and you get some stunning results, especially of those magical landscape moments.
The addition of an online library is cool, but the ‘featured’ option to see other people’s efforts is poorly stocked.
A great app that should be a staple of any Windows Phone owner.
Download this app: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-GB/apps/ef860a79-5f68-4ed6-aa21-c038d1a55517
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