Microsoft offers Photosynth of Space Shuttle

Posted on Monday, Aug 06 2007 @ 21:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Microsoft shows off its new Photosynth technology with a demo of NASA's Space Shuttle Endeavour:
Today, we’re announcing an exciting collaboration with NASA using Photosynth technology, to create three-dimensional environments of preparations for the launch of space shuttle Endeavour. For the first time ever, viewers can experience unprecedented views of shuttle Endeavour on the launch pad, interior and surrounding area of the Vehicle Assembly Building, and the return of previous flight Shuttle Atlantis atop a 747. Photosynth is able to capture the depth and complexity of the shuttle’s structure, providing exclusive images to viewers around the world enabling the unique ability to explore this NASA mission.
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