Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 53767
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2019/01/21 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2010/4/2-14 [Consumer/Camera] UID:53767 Activity:nil
04/02   Anybody know of a program that can generate a big picture collage from
        a lot of smaller pictures?   I'm not looking for a regular photo
        collage maker that just puts the pictures in tiles one after another.
        The big picture being generated can be something like a company
        logo and the small pictures can be company employees photos.  I've
        seen those in annual reports but I don't know how they're generated.
        Searching for "photo collage" just brings up the regular collage
        generators.  Thanks.
        \_ They're called photo mosaics.
           \_ thank you!  I was searching for the wrong term.  photo
              mosaic did the trick.  :-)
        \_ Photoshop.
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