Carnegie Mellon Researchers Teach Computers To Perceive Three Dimensions in 2-D Images

We live in a three-dimensional world but, for the most part, we see it in two dimensions. Discerning how objects and surfaces are juxtaposed in an image is second nature for people, but it’s something that has long flummoxed computer vision systems.

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