Platform lets videographers touch objects in videos
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As AR and VR devices become more commonplace, the ability to create a life-like environment is one of the main focuses for research. Back in 2015, Springwise wrote about an AR game that uses a smartphone to turn any space into a haunted house. Now, Abe Davis, a PHD student at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed Interactive Dynamo Video, a program that allows watchers to interact with the objects in videos to see how they move. Designers learn a lot about objects by touching and manipulating them: pushing and pulling them to see how they…
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