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Bing Maps Escher Effect | by Si1very
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Bing Maps Escher Effect

The Escher Effect rears its ugly head in this aerial photo of some buildings in Carrollton, Texas in Bing Maps.


The "Escher Effect" occurs when two aerial photos taken from slightly different angles are digitally stitched together, making it appear that buildings are leaning towards one another, or leaning at impossible angles.


Check out my article about this: The Escher Effect Invades Bing Maps.

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Uploaded on July 6, 2010