de Maistre’s Revenge

In my last post, I mentioned the remarkable influence of context shift on our relationship to everyday objects. If it’s context shift you’re looking for, check out Microsoft’s Photosynth. This server-side visualization software allows you to translate a slew of still-photographs into a very cool interactive panorama. It’s easy to use (just a few minutes to generate my office synth), lots of fun, but also highly addicitve, so be careful. Thanks to Bill Turkel for the suggestion.

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1 Response to de Maistre’s Revenge

  1. Dubin says:

    I see the Western of Alabama in there! Heh. But it’s not zoomed in enough to see that snake with the eyepatch that Tomo drew.

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