Future of photography: Imaging by light vector recording.

Started Apr 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
looper1234
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Re: Future of photography: Imaging by light vector recording.
In reply to wfektar, Apr 10, 2013

Stand up, look around, hows does that 3D model look to you ? that was from just two sensors. (I am assuming you still have two eyes.) so six sensors are plenty.

The brain constructs 3D models from 2D retinal signals.  we can do this even without  the mapping data on surrounding terrains; Why do so many scream, this can't be done, when they have being doing it themselves since the dawn of time.
with more sensors and more accurate terrain data, a model of great resolution and fidelity can be created, greater than the model in your brain.

laser dot matrix mapping, satellite mapping; the technology is all there to replicate the same type of modeling that the brain does.

Chances are its already happening in the military.

predetermined or dot matrix mapped 3D model of surroundings, coupled with visor sensory information from each squad member, integrated and extrapolated into a 3D model.

it is only a matter of time before this technology can provide better resolution and fidelity than our eyes and brains can.

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