Computer taught to recognize three dimensions

June 14, 2006


Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have developed a program to read 2D photographs and construct 3D models out of them. Using machine learning techniques, the researchers have taught computers how to spot the visual cues that differentiate between vertical surfaces and horizontal surfaces in photographs of outdoor scenes. They've even developed a program that allows the computer to automatically generate 3-D reconstructions of scenes based on a single image. Now all they need to do is develop the technology for porn and people will never have to leave the house again.


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