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Look at your photos with a 3d perspective

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http://make3d.stanford.edu/
Hey guys ,check out this site..Here is a qoute from it
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Make3D converts your single picture into a 3-D model. It takes a two-dimensional image and creates a three-dimensional "fly around" model, giving the viewers access to the scene's depth and a range of points of view.
It uses powerful machine learning techniques (more details here), to learn the relation between small image patches and their depth and orientation. This allows it to model 3-d structures such as slopes of mountains or branches of trees.
After uploading your image, you can "fly" in the 3-D scene (requires VRML viewer or Adobe Shockwave), or watch a rendered 3-d movie (flash required). Visit 3-D Gallery, or signup to upload your photograph."


As the info says it does do what it is supposed to,but still this is experimental and not very developed.See 4 urself .;)
 

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Bummer... It looks like you're running Linux and Shockwave doesn't support it yet. :(
 
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