Software that automatically stitches together hundreds of photographs to create a virtual world that can be explored using a computer is to be released by Microsoft.
Called Photosynth, the software takes individual images and performs careful analyses to find matching sections. It then "stitches" overlapping pictures together to create a three-dimensional landscape composed of many different snaps.
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