Tag Archives: SeaDragon

Creating 3D Models From a Camera Phone

Microsoft Research demos a mobile phone (cellphone) app, presumably Windows Phone 7, that creates 3D models from photographs using a cloud service. Read More…

Silverlight on Xbox

A few weeks ago Microsoft announced that their Silverlight platform was coming to the Xbox. Read More…

Seadragon makes it to iPhone

I’m probably a bit late with this news but I noticed at the weekend that Microsoft have released an iPhone application for their Seadragon technology. I’ve posted about Seadragon and it’s partner in crime Photosynth quite a lot in the past so I won’t go into detail about the technology itself (try here and here […] Read More…

Silverlight 2.0 Released

Today MS have released Silverlight 2.0 out of beta.  Great news for me as I can now get it rolled out at work and get people trying out things like PhotoSynth and DeepZoom (we can’t really deploy betas!).  I’m really looking forward to seeing how people might use them.  The installation is here and is […] Read More…

Newfangled modern computers.

I was just going through my RSS feeds and spotted a post from Laughing Squid about a video IBM commissioned in 1968 as a glossary of computer terms. I was going to send it as a joke to a mate of mine who’s doing something similar, but having watched it I was surprised that it’s […] Read More…