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Noah Snavely and Photosynth on Microsoft Channel8

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“There’s no denying that some of the coolest research and projects going on happens right on your campuses by you and your professors … One of my favorite projects going on here at Microsoft’s Live Labs is PhotoSynth … It turns out this project originated at the University of Washington by a graduate student there, Noah, the ‘PhotoSynth Mastermind.’ He joined us in MSR’s fancy new building 99 to talk about how it all works, how he did it, and what’s in store for the future – REALLY cool stuff. You’ll also see Noah’s mentors, the ‘Patent Wizard,’ Rick Szeliski, and the ‘Cool Professor,’ Steve Seitz … Trust me when I say these are some of the best demos I’ve seen …”

August 1, 2008