PixelTone: A Multimodal Interface for Image Editing

This video demonstrate PixelTone, a research prototype app that uses voice-control and touch to control photo editing operations. PixelTone is a collaboration between researchers at Adobe Research and University of Michigan, and will be presented at the ACM CHI (Computer-Human Interaction) conference this May in Paris.

More details can be found here: http://www.gierad.com/projects/pixeltone-a-multimodal-interface-for-image-editing/

(via Bramus)

Photosynth for Windows Phone

 

Get photosynth for the Windows Phone via the Marketplace: http://windowsphone.com/s?appid=ef860a79-5f68-4ed6-aa21-c038d1a55517

If you don’t have a Windows Phone, you can get stitch images via ICE on your PC. Find out more here:

Photosynth is also available for the iPhone.

More info? read this:

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Cliplets: Juxtaposing Still and Dynamic Imagery

A still photograph is a limited format for capturing moments that span an interval of time. Video is the traditional method for recording durations of time, but the subjective “moment” that one desires to capture is often lost in the chaos of shaky camerawork, irrelevant background clutter, and noise that dominates most casually recorded video clips. This work provides a creative lens used to focus on important aspects of a moment by performing spatiotemporal compositing and editing on video-clip input. This is an interactive app that uses semi-automated methods to give users the power to create “cliplets”—a type of imagery that sits between stills and video from handheld videos.

More info and downloads: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/projects/cliplets/index.aspx

Bing maps updated with new pictures of Japan after the tsunami and earthquake

This message just appeared on Twitter:

A screenshot from Bing maps:

Some images of a deeper zoom level are still not updated. This is the result when comparing two zoom levels…:

Wow.. :s

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