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DualAlign Technology offers Panorama and Stitch Software

DualAlign Technology introduces new Photo Montage, Panorama, and Photo Stitch Software. The new i2k Quickage is said to be so reliable that it has been used by NASA to stitch images of the space shuttle into one montage for analysis. The stitching software program allows you to easily combine multiple images from any camera into one seamless, professional looking photograph. What sets i2k Quickage apart is its compatibility with all mobile phones equipped with a camera, including the iPhone and Blackberry...
All about i2k Quickage, the new panoramic photo montage software

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Photographs taken with cell phone cameras can now be turned into beautiful, lasting panoramic images with DualAlign LLC's breakthrough software innovation, i2k Quickage.

Photographers, tourists and anyone else looking to capture, create and preserve beautifully composited images can now do so with i2k Quickage, the new panorama stitching software from DualAlign LLC. With i2k Quickage, users can quickly merge multiple images from any camera phone or digital camera into a seamless photograph or montage that looks like it was taken in one shot.

Unlike other panorama software products, i2k Quickage is incredibly reliable -- so reliable, in fact, that it has been used by NASA to stitch images of the space shuttle into one montage for analysis. In addition, independent government testing has found the incredible technology powering Quickage to be the best technology in the world. This new form of imaging intelligence is certain to change the way people take pictures.

"We felt the technology behind i2k Quickage was so reliable that we could deliver an easy-to-use product for anyone who takes digital pictures from a kid on vacation to a real estate agent. This is one of the first products in our industry for the average consumer," says Dr. Charles Stewart, CSO of DualAlign LLC.

DualAlign LLC's breakthrough technology allows users to "Capture it with Quickage." Weddings, spectacular scenery, property for sale and unexpected visual moments in day-to-day life are just some of the unlimited opportunities that i2k Quickage users can quickly and easily catch and preserve with this revolutionary photo stitch software, all without the need for special handling or equipment.

What sets i2k Quickage apart from the competition is its compatibility with all mobile phones equipped with a camera, including the iPhone and Blackberry, allowing anyone to capture and preserve any moment or experience with a beautiful photograph, even when they don't have a digital camera on hand. In addition to this one of-a-kind feature, i2k Quickage bests its competition in price, ease of use, performance and reliability. DualAlign LLC is also gearing up to provide further incentives for Quickage use.

"Because Quickage is so good, we have plans to release mobile phone apps for iPhone, Blackberry and Nokia that will allow mobile phone users to take spectacular high resolution montages with low resolution camera phones and share it on all of their social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter," says Remy Arteaga, CEO of DualAlign LLC.

The lead computer vision scientists behind i2k Quickage, Dr. Charles Stewart and Dr. Gary Yang, are recognized leaders in their fields, further evidence of the world class service users can expect from the program's use and resultant panoramic photographs. In fact, DualAlign LLC is so confident i2k Quickage that it offers users a fully functioning free trial.

i2k Quickage is so simple to use that it can be employed anywhere in any situation at any time.

"I just read an article in Newsweek, 'Apple's New Weapon,' which stated that the US military is equipping soldiers with iPod touch players and iPhones. With i2k Quickage software, these soldiers could be capturing high resolution imagery of their surroundings, which could lead to valuable intelligence," Arteaga says.

Additional information: All about i2k Quickage, the new panoramic photo montage software
April 29, 2009
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