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We are just back in the office after taking a week off out of the city. The big news while we have been away is the launch of PhotoSynth.

Up and coming posts include a new working paper, a tutorial to create HD timelapse’s, a return to Crysis and of course a closer look at PhotoSynth.

Regular service will be back soon as we can….

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Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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  1. Martin - August 26, 2008

    You might also want to look for the new Far Cry 2 Map Editor Video that was released during the Game Convention in Leipzig last week.

    http://www.gamespot.com/pages/forums/show_msgs.php?topic_id=26553116

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Temple Bar Panorama


Temple Bar is the last remaining gate of the old City of London. Built by Christopher Wren in 1672, Temple Bar divided Fleet Street and the City of London from the Strand and Westminster. It is infamous as it used to display the decapitated heads of traitors.

It was dismantled from its original location in 1878 and re-erected ten years later in Herefordshire after being purchased by Lady Meux. In 2004 it was moved back to the City of London and now stands between Paternoster Square and St Pauls Cathedral.

The panorama is a reprocessed version of the original Temple Bar post – using High Dynamic Range processing of the RAW file it is possible to extract a noticeably wider exposure range.

Click the image to view a larger version, view the Quicktime panorama of Temple Bar (3.9Mb), or view other images at the digitalurban flickr group.

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Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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