AutoCollage 2008

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AutoCollage 2008
Developer(s)Microsoft Research
Initial releaseSeptember 4, 2008
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
TypeGraphics software
LicenseMicrosoft EULA

AutoCollage 2008 is a Microsoft photomontage desktop application. The software creates a collage of representative elements from a set of images. It is able to detect faces and recognize objects.[1]

The software was developed by Microsoft Research labs in Cambridge, England and launched on September 4, 2008.

An update, named Microsoft Research AutoCollage 2008 version 1.1, was released on February, 2009. The software update adds the ability to select images for the AutoCollage, a richer integration with Windows Live Photo Gallery, support for network folders and the ability to define custom output sizes.

A new version, named Microsoft Research AutoCollage Touch 2009, was released on September 2009, and included by some OEMs on machines with Windows 7.


  1. ^ "Introducing Microsoft AutoCollage 2008". Archived from the original on 6 September 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-06.

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