Picture Cloud – 3-d Photography

19May06

picture cloudPicture cloud is a site, which allows you to stictch many sequencial photos into one 3-d objects and integrate it to any site/blog/homepage.

A picture cloud is a 3D object, shown on the web as we see it in the real world.In simple terms, a picture cloud replaces your still photo with one that spins and pans up to 360 degrees. Take several images around an object or scene, and upload them to this site – no special skills, software, or equipment are needed. We can host it for you, or you can download your cloud and upload it to your server.Your picture cloud is whatever you want it to be. There are millions of uses, in all shapes and sizes, and there are no real rules.  One person may use one to help sell his car’s excellent exterior condition, while another may use it to track a work in progress.

From products to people, picture clouds enable you to show anything online in 3D using only a digital camera. Creating them is quick, effortless, and free of charge. Picture clouds can be linked in web sites, blogs, social networks, emails, auction sites, and message boards, and are very simple to create and share. So help to reshape the web by upgrading your pictures today.

They offer free as well as paid services. The free membership will give you only a fixed size 3-d object which I guess is enough.

Picture Cloud

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2 Responses to “Picture Cloud – 3-d Photography”

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