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I've sat down a couple of times and brainstormed over what is the future of panos and panography.  I've jotted down thoughts about the history, the current state and have tried to figure out where we are going next.  What's funny is that these "little" activities will typically start to fill one, then two plus pages in my notebook.  There's just so much that could be said.

But I think that all of my thoughts, notes and ramblings could be cut down to a simple, and maybe over generalized idea...

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What do you get when you combine TechSmith's Jing with the great editor they have in Snagit... and do some doodling?  I'm voting for DoodleJing... or maybe Jingoodle... or just Joodle?  Either way, if you routinely pick up a pencil and paper to help you illustrate a concept to someone physically near you... then this would be a great tool for you.  Here's what you could do with it.

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Ran across the term "spatial photography" and realized that is what I do at times.  It's no longer "real estate photography" or "architectural photography"... it's "spatial".

Not to sound like I'm poking fun at the term... I actually believe that it's a great word in that it can simply encompass pretty much all that I'm working with.

The people over at Bing claim "spatial search" as the next frontier.  Spatial search needs spatial content... and the best spatial content is imagery (photo, video, maps, etc...).  Text based data has a prominent role in spatial / location based, but as a "spatial imagery content" creator I'm excited by the opportunities that open up by the rising prominence of visual data.


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Here's a head to head battle pitting the new kid on the block (Photosynth) against the current reigning champion of Flash Pano presentation (krpano)...

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Today Microsoft rolled out a new feature where Photosynth now supports panos.  My initial run through had some mixed results...

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While over at Rodeo Houston I took a couple of photos with the intent of processing them in HDR and thought it would be interesting to post the three images that were used as well as the final HDR result.

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Every year we go to Rodeo Houston and every year we don't get there early enough to watch any of the "horse shows" that they have over at Reliant Arena... Except for this year, we finally made it over in time...

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Map Icon from Wikimedia

There really is no excuse for this travesty...

 

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I still remember the world atlas that my parents had when I was a kid.  It wasn't the typical atlas with normal maps of places... it was filled with high resolution images from space.

I could sit for hours and just look at all of the places around the world and try to imagine what they were like.  Since we lived on the water, I would trace the routes I could take from the back yard out to wherever there was water access.  Looking back, it's no surprise that I still carry on with this interest in maps and exploring places.

 

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Found Spicynodes the other day.  It's from the IDEA people.  It's an interesting beta project that enables you to build out a radial mind map application that you can use for exploring information.  I think it would be great if there was a Joomla extension that simplified the integration within the site... then it would have made this short demo so much easier.

 

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