Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new method of converting a single 2D image into a 3D scene. Video clip after the jump.

The transformation is accomplished by teaching the computer to spot visual cues to differentiate horizontal and vertical surfaces in outdoor scenes. For example, the sky is always blue and cars will likely be resting on flat grounds

[via HipTechBlog]

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new method of converting a single 2D image into a 3D scene. Video clip after the jump.

The transformation is accomplished by teaching the computer to spot visual cues to differentiate horizontal and vertical surfaces in outdoor scenes. For example, the sky is always blue and cars will likely be resting on flat grounds

[via HipTechBlog]