The image infers depth from two pictures taken from the same angle but with different focus depths (Image: Harvard)
Harvard researchers have found a way to create 3D images by juxtaposing two images taken from the same angle but with different focus depths (Image: Harvard)
A team at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has come up with a promising new way to create 3D images from a stationary camera or microscope with a single lens. Rather than expensive hardware, the technique uses a mathematical model to generate images with depth and could find use in a wide range of applications, from creating more compelling microscopy imaging to a more immersive experience in movie theaters.
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