PhotoEchoes Digiltal kaleidoscope Has Been Released!

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Animated kaleidoscope based on the digital photos stored on a computer or CD/DVD

- For the digital photographer community a new toy for enjoying the always growing collections of photographs stored in the computer.

PhotoEchoes is a digital Kaleidoscope that runs as a screensaver or as a stand-alone program. It generates dazzling images based on collection of photographs produced by digital cameras.

The program scans folders of photos (as many as needed per user’s configuration) and picks the images randomly. Then it processes the images to enhance them by rising saturation and other image processing techniques and finally projecting the result on the screen in multiple animated reflections on the screen.

With the ability to capture and save at high resolution the images it creates either to a file or directly as the Desktop Wallpaper. The resulting images are totally exclusive, never repeated as are based first in personal already unique photographs and second got transformed by the program with so many random components that even the same photograph would be unlikely to be shown the same way by the program.

As the resulting images are usually based on patterns it has also the ability to capture the single generating pattern that can be tiled with seamless borders. This will be useable as web page background or desktop wallpaper.

It will give a new vision on the photos, many times suggesting enhancements and revealing interesting details, always showing a unique and surprising image. As the photographer is half the author of the images shown the program allows identifying the image source of the display (at times difficult to guess or hard to find among thousands of images)

Can play music in the background (mp3 and wma format files)

Runs on PCs with Windows operating system versions 98/ME/XP

The web site ( offers a free, non compromise, 15 day trial with immediate download of the program. The cost of the license is $17.95 ordered though the program’s web site.


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