Neil (nt) wrote,

I have been playing with AutoStitch, a program for automatically stitching images into panoramas. It is the simplest program of its type that I've used -- you simply tell it what images to use and it does all the work -- and it produces excellent results.

This panorama is from a series of seven shots I took from a hill overlooking the town of Osoyoos, British Columbia a couple of years ago. This is exactly how it came out of AutoStitch using default settings; I haven't cropped it or modified it in any way.

AutoStitch was developed at the University of British Columbia. The demo version (all that is currently available) is a free download. Thanks to scottks for linking to it!

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