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Joseph Hebert
04/06/12 09:12
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Okemah, Ok
United States


 
#187032 - "seeing" around corners
Hi Everyone,

If you saw the movie "Blade Runner," you no doubt recall the scene where the hero was able to examine an entire room from a simple photograph, using some sort of futuristic technology to reconstruct what was beyond the 2 dimensional cross section of the photo. He was able to look around corners in the photo.

Well, that technology may still be a ways off, but it just got considerably closer. Check out this article, and don't skip the YouTube link to the video demonstration. This is truly cool.

Joe


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List of 13 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
"seeing" around corners      Joseph Hebert      04/06/12 09:12      
   Nobody finds this interesting?      Joseph Hebert      04/07/12 09:27      
      Its holiday time      Jez Smith      04/07/12 14:32      
         Reflection?        Per Westermark      04/07/12 16:18      
            Normally      Jez Smith      04/08/12 03:38      
               paralax      Joseph Hebert      04/08/12 06:06      
                  No its not parralax      Jez Smith      04/08/12 08:30      
               But loss of reflection is just secondary result of off-axis      Per Westermark      04/08/12 15:04      
               That's why they have the features on those view cameras      Richard Erlacher      04/08/12 19:35      
      2D?      Per Westermark      04/07/12 16:20      
         time of flight      Joseph Hebert      04/07/12 18:37      
   Bostonian      Andy Peters      04/09/12 11:15      
      I don't see that as an overstatement      Richard Erlacher      04/09/12 11:25      

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