Microsoft pix camera app
Microsoft introduces a new feature in its Pix camera app for iOS. The app can also get a comics feature that uses a machine learning model to find the best frames from your Pix Moment captures to create a basic comic strip.
Recently, Microsoft closes photosynth, a service for decorating multiple images into panoramas and semi-3D models. While, the service launched in 2008.
Also, this new Pix app also getting a comics feature that uses a machine learning model to find the best frames from your Pix Moment captures to create a basic comic strip.
The new Photosynth feature uses some of the technology behind the original platform, is very fast and allows easy capture. It also makes use of the built-in Pix features like auto-enhancements for white balance, tone and sharpness.
“The idea came after some frustrations I had when trying to take a picture of Snoqualmie Falls,” said Josh Weisberg, principal program manager within Microsoft’s AI & Research organization in Redmond, Washington.
He said, Photosynth means you no longer have to choose. I can now capture the whole scene in a way that feels natural. As with all Pix features, we have also worked to give the best image quality by introducing more intelligent ways to compute exposure and stitching.
While, the new feature can’t support in Android. Microsoft didn’t have any news to share about when it plans to bring Pix to your mobile platform of choice.