August 20, 2012

Can a Computer Tell Us What Makes Paris Look Like Paris? 

When the directors of Ratatouille set out to create the look and feel of Paris in computer-generated art, they faced the same question that faces any artist tasked with capturing any particular place: What is it — visually — that makes this place this place?

Read more. [Image: Pixar, Carnegie Mellon University]]

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    This is awesome. The things we can do with technology are so cool.
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    This is so cool … I love the fact that they get it so right at Pixar, and to see the science behind the art is awesome.
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    Interesting