Computational Photography, AI, and 3D


This is a presentation by Fredo Durand of MIT CSAIL on some recent research work in his group, focusing on computational photography, AI, and 3D.

We have HTC posts on Halide here.

The paper 'Differentiable Monte Carlo Ray Tracing through Edge Sampling' is available here.

The paper 'Light Field Networks, Neural Scene Representations with Single-Evaluation Rendering' is available here.

The project page is here.

The paper 'Learning to generate line drawings that convey geometry and semantics' can be found here.

The project page is here.


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