Helping Computers Think in 3D

22 December 2014

Humans have a natural ability to understand how objects they see fit together: stacking on, blocking parts, or even fitting inside each other. Young infants can stack blocks: but going from a flat image to a 3D understanding of how the parts are related is still very difficult for computers.

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