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Image Composite Editor (ICE) available for download

Image Composite Editor (ICE) available for download

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The Interactive Visual Media Group from Microsoft Research has released Image Composite Editor (ICE) – which let’s you stitch together images and output to multi-resolution tiled formats – great for creating HD View and Silverlight Deep Zoom images…

More details on it at Matt’s HDView Blog

  • A GPU accelerated orientation adjustment tool.  Sometimes the automatic stitching software doesn't quite get the viewing direction correct, or perhaps you want to use a rectilinear projection instead of a cylindrical projection.  This new tool allows you to interactively make these adjustments. 
  • 360 blending support.  Our fast poisson blend technique now creates a seamless 360 blend.
  • Output to Photoshop layers.
  • Create an HD View web page.
  • Create a Silverlight Deep Zoom web page, including new 360 support in our Silverlight application.
  • Integration with both the Windows Shell and the next version of Windows Live Photo Gallery, so that you can quickly launch a new stitching project.
  • Image Composite Editor (ICE)

    What is ICE?
    ICE is an advanced panoramic image stitcher. You shoot a set of overlapping photographs of a scene from a single location, and ICE creates a high-resolution panorama incorporating all your images at full resolution. Then save your stitched panorama in a wide variety of formats, from common formats like JPEG and TIFF to multi-resolution tiled formats like HD View and Silverlight Deep Zoom.

    Microsoft Research Image Composite Editor (ICE)

     

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