BARCELONA, Spain – We’ve written about Nokia Research Center’s Image Space project before. It’s a photo sharing service that creates a navigable, immersive interface to images, maps, and video. Using data from a phone’s GPS, compass, and tilt-sensor, the service builds a 3D representation of the images.
What’s new is not only the ability to hear sounds and see videos, but a new 3D Point Cloud View that aggregates photos from a single object into a very cool three-dimensional model of all the images. Well, you have to see it to get it, so I’ve made a video (below) of Severi Uusitalo demonstrating this and all the other cool stuff in Nokia Image Space.
More after the jump.