“Déjà Vu”, “Minority Report” and the state of the art!

For those who have seen the 3D technology from the movie "Déjà Vu"… it’s real.

Researchers have found a way to combine satellite images, 3D models of structures (such as buildings) and live (web-cam) feeds into a 3D environment in real-time:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2755539754474649930&q=data+mining#3m56s

The talk goes quite into technical details about algorithms after that, so you might want to see the part at around the fourth minute of the talk…

In about the same way the movie Minority report shows a new way of interfacing with computers, this movie shows that the state of the art of this technology is comeing close to what was envisioned in the movie…

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=884017118027634444&q=TED+interface#24s

In about the same way the movie Minority report shows a new way of interfacing with computers, this movie shows that the state of the art of this technology is comeing close to what was envisioned in the movie…

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=884017118027634444&q=TED+interface#24s

For those who have seen "Déjà Vu" (not for those to whom it only sounds familiar 😉 )

In
this movie, there’s a concept that the can combine satellite views and
recreate 3D movies from a chosen perspective. The fun thing is:It’s real.

Researchers have found a way to combine satellite images, 3D models of structures (such as buildings) and live (web-cam) feeds into a 3D environment in real-time:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2755539754474649930&q=data+mining#3m56s

The
talk goes quite into technical details about algorithms after that, so
you might want to see the part at around the fourth minute of the
talk…

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