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23 September 2014
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Photos displayed in 3-D

The BBC have been collaborating in a technical trial with the Microsoft Live Labs Photosynth team to create three-dimensional photographic collections.

Take a look at the collections inspired by locations featured in BBC ONE's series 'How We Built Britain.' Choose to view as clips by selecting 'view preview.' or select 'interact' to explore the locations for yourself.

Before selecting 'interact' check the recommended technical specifications.

Preview Collection

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    Ely Cathedral

    This spectacular 11th century cathedral is an amazing feat of medieval engineering.

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    Burghley House

    Dating back to the 16th century Burghley is one of the largest and grandest houses of Elizabethan England.

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    Royal Crescent, Bath

    This grand scale crescent with its facade of columns was designed to impress! Taken in the breathtaking exterior and then take a look inside.

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    Blackpool Tower Ballroom

    Tucked away beneath Blackpool's own 'Eiffel Tower,' the ballroom opened in 1899 and is still extremely popular today.

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    Scottish Parliament Building

    Edinburgh's new parliament building is one of the most controversial buildings in Britain.

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    Trafalgar Square

    Includes photos dating back to 1843 from the archives of the National Media Museum and RIBA.



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