It seems like being able to take panoramic views and share them is all the rage these days. We just posted about Microsoft’s debuting its Photosynth App for the iPhone two days ago. Now there’s another entry into the field that does things a little differently. That’s called UScapeit and its developed by EveryScape.
The fundamental difference here is that UScapeit uses the video camera on the iPhone instead of snapping individual shots to later be stitched together. You collect a series or groups of panoramic images and then share them via Facebook or email. UScapeit calls these “scapes.”
You can view a scape I took of my neighborhood here. There doesn’t seem to be a way to embed it in the post, which is something they will need to add eventually. The scape is basically the same shot I took of my neighborhood with Photosynth in this post so you can compare the results.
The video below is a how to that EveryScape. I find it pretty funny.
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