Less than two weeks ago, an alternate reality game created by the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle newspaper called " Picture the Impossible" began. Intended to engage members of the community in an exploration of Rochester, different games and activities were designed for the competition.
One of the challenges in the game was to create the best Photosynth of one of the 'Horses on Parade' sculptures in Rochester, NY. The competition is done and the results are in! They had nearly 150 entries in total.
I want to take the opportunity to thank and congratulate the participants and winners of the "Picture the Impossible Photosynth Horses' challenge.
Here are the winners' synths:
Thanks to Bing for sponsoring the technical development for the games, and Elizabeth Lawley for promoting the use of Photosynth within them.