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Towards Passive 6D Reflectance Field Displays

An MIT professor and colleagues are creating unusually realistic pictures that not only have a full three-dimensional appearance, but also respond to their environment, producing natural shadows and highlights depending on the direction and intensity of the illumination around them.

Video: Martin Fuchs, Hans-Peter Seidel, Ramesh Raskar and Hendrik P.A. Lensch

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