Thursday, December 24, 2009

Nokia Image Space : a new way to view photos

Posted on 09:06 by SlipKoRnSaad

Just to let you know that Nokia Image Space is now available for you. It is a solution for showing a new view to your photos, as well as to those from your friends and other people.

You can currently sign-in to the service using your Yahoo! ID, as you do to your Flickr account, If you have Flickr account and a supported Nokia phone, you can get your content contextualized easily. Apart from geotagging from GPS, the photos will have full orientation information in the metadata. This allows spatial browsing of photos. Photos from different Image Space users are contextually linked between each other. This creates a better understanding of the place you are browsing.

When there are enough photos of a given area which have been made publicly available, Image Space generates a 3D presentation from them. This feature will be ramped up in phases during the next two months, so please be patient. You can see some examples now at Helsinki and Tampere.

Compatibility and system requirements
Nokia Image Space browser

- Adobe Flash 10 plugin for browser
- Firefox, IE or Safari browsers (Some differences in behavior between PC and Mac)

Nokia Image Space Capture for S60

- Tested on: N97 mini, Nokia 6210 Navigator, Nokia 6710 Navigator, Nokia 6720 Classic. Should work in S60 3.2 and 5.0 devices with inbuilt compass.
- Known issues: N97, some sensor issues with IS Capture

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