Google Tech TalksJune 13, 2007ABSTRACTThere's a big difference between looking at a photograph of a place and being there. But what if you had access to every photo ever captured of that place and could conjure up any view at will? With billions of photographs currently available online, the Internet is beginning to resemble such a database, capturing most of the world's significant sites from a huge number of vantage points and viewing conditions. For example, a Google image search for "notre dame" or "grand canyon" each returns more than half a million photos, showing the sites from myriad viewpoints, different times of day and night, and changes in season, weather and decade.This talk...
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