Microsoft Research Launches AutoCollage 2008

Microsoft Research has unleashed a new application called AutoCollage 2008. AutoCollage allows users to take a photos from hard drives and websites, then create a collage. The software is Picasa-like and the features are This is the first incubation software that came from Microsoft’s Research Lab in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

The software is available free for 30 days or $19.95 for the non-trial version (£19.90 in the U.K). The service was announced on The Windows Vista Blog. While Picasa already allows this feature

Picasa already has a collage feature built-in for free, but Microsoft is charging for software that only focuses on the collage feature. Why? If anyone uses the AutoCollage, comment here and let us know if it is worth the price.

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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