The popular app for stitching together photos includes new features such as camera lens integration, more camera controls, and the ability to view shared panoramas.
The company's application is available for free, and lets customers stitch together several photos into a single panoramic view.
We'll never tire of the brain-melting swooshy-whooshy 3D photo tool Photosynth. We've picked our favourite 'synths' and they'll blow your mind
Want to share your Photosynth creations with Facebook friends? Now you can with a simple application that inserts them on Facebook pages.
CNN calls on viewers to submit their inaugural photos, then uses the Microsoft labs technology to allow the moment to be viewed from many angles.
The Photosynth technology immersing oneself in a virtual view of a location now is integrated with Microsoft's online maps.
Check out the new NASA shuttle on Microsoft Photosynth.
Microsoft finally takes Photosynth from being a neat-looking technology demo to a playground for amateur photographers to build incredible 3D works.
Microsoft Live Labs' latest project is actually an old one with a new twist. Photosynth lets you stitch together an entire roll of photos into dazzling 3D environments. CNET News' Ina Fried sits down with Microsoft's Gary William Flake to chat about what you can do with this new technology.
Ever wanted to see photos like you were really walking around somewhere? The technology is getting closer, including this one from Microsoft and the University of Washington.