Adobe Experiments with Seemless Infinite Images

Adobe Experiments with Seemless Infinite Images
technology
Nicko Margolies
  • 22 december 2008

At the Adobe MAX conference in Milan earlier this month, an experimental project called Infinite Images. The project enables a unique navigation of a tagged photography database.  Drawing on the tagging system, a user can automatically create a seamless 3D world that spans an endless set of photos.  The navigation effect is similar to falling into an M. C. Escher drawing and the creator describes it as using “each image as a gateway to a photo realistic world.”  The examples used in the presentation seem to be most effective when dealing with simple images like wide landscapes or set tags like ‘forest’ or ‘clouds’ but are supposed to work in any environment.

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