Microsoft today announced some new features that are coming to its Pix Camera app for iOS, including Photosynth, a service and app that was killed off by the company earlier this year.
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As the company promised months ago, Microsoft has killed off its Photosynth service today, which had allowed users to share their panoramic images online. Images stored on the service were not saved.
While Photosynth's mobile app was abandoned over a year ago, fans of the service could still use the website. Now, the website is also going to be taken down, so here's how to save your content.
Microsoft has begun notifying users that it will be shutting down several apps and that if you have any data saved in these products, you need to remove it soon or else it will be lost.
New sharing and information features are being added to Microsoft's panoramic image creating application Photosynth, making it easier for users to share and discover more about a location.
Microsoft has created a new 20 gigapixel photo panorama of Seattle that used the company's Photosynth and Image Composite Editor software to merge nearly 2,400 separate photos.
Blaise Aguera y Arcas, who was a developer for Microsoft's Bing Maps and its Photosynth software, has now left the company to take a new job at Google focusing on machine learning.
Microsoft has launched a preview version of its third generation Photosynth photo creation technology, which will allow for smoother experiences when viewing panoramic images.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft plans to add support for uploading panorama photos to its SkyDrive website sometime in the future, based on its Photosynth software.
Microsoft looks set to unveil Photosynth functionality in the next version of its OS, Windows 8.1. A Twitter user has found a way to enable the hidden feature which shows significant promise.
A new report claims that an examination of the source code inside a recently leaked build of Windows 8.1 shows that Microsoft could be adding the Photosynth feature to the OS.
Microsoft has finally launched a Windows Phone 8 version of its Photosynth app, after previously releasing the 360 degree panorama photo app for Windows Phone 7 devices.
In a post on its official Twitter account, Microsoft's Photosynth team has announced that the release of its popular 3D panorama creation app for Windows Phone 8 "should be weeks away."
The new Photosynth app allows Windows Phone users to create full 3D panoramas from individual 2D shows, making it the first mobile panoramic application that can create a full panoramic sphere.
Microsoft's Bing division has launched an updated versions of its Photosynth app for Apple's iOS devices, with some performance improvements and Twitter integration to the photo panorama app.
Microsoft could have shown work on a Photosynth app for Windows Phone through their website, with the app having launched on iOS almost a year ago.
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