EXAGGERATED REALITY


Amplifying tiny details might be big. This video shows the concept of amplifying and exaggerating subtle motion or color change in video material from standard, crude digital point & shoot cameras. To do this, the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory uses some fancy mathematics from an 18th century genius called Leonard Euler. And apply it to useful medical settings. They call it Eulerian Video Magnification. The video will make it all clear.

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One Response to EXAGGERATED REALITY

  1. VinceD says:

    At first I wasn’t quite sure just how this technology would apply to me, but as soon as they showed the color variation in a person’s face with their pulse, it seemed so obvious and immediately useful. Thanks for posting!

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