Photosynth mobile panorama app for Windows Phone 8 can stitch a full sphere (i.e. 360 degrees horizontally and vertically).
Here is how it works?
“Start up thePhotosynth app, move the camera around, and watch your panorama fill in. Make a 360 revolution and watch it join up. Capture the floor and ceiling too. When you’re done the shots are automatically stitched together, and the results are beautiful and immersive.
Next, you can publish your panorama to the Photosynth site and onwards to Bing, or you can share it via Facebook and Twitter.”
(Note: Photosynth requires significant memory for stitching, and is only available for Windows Phone phones devices with at least 512MB of RAM.)
New features available in the Windows Phone 8 version:
- “Camera lens integration – Quickly capture and view panoramas by launching Photosynth directly from the built-in camera app
- View shared panoramas – New sharing capabilities let other Windows Phone 8 users view your panoramas on their phone, and as always you can show off your panoramas by email, Facebook and Twitter
- More camera controls – Adjust for various lighting conditions by using new exposure and white balance locking options
- General improvements – Enjoy an even more delightful app experience with various bug and stability fixes,” informs Photosynth team.
Grab the app by visiting Windows Phone Store.