Peter Hall is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, University of Bath. He works on the application of computer vision to computer graphics. Other people interested in this area get involved in things like putting dinosaurs into real-world film. This often means working out the 3D nature of the scene in front of the camera, so that the dinosaur does not walk through buildings.
He will talk about capturing editable 3D models of natural phenomena like trees and water and clouds and fire. He’ll say why its very hard to capture natural phenomena in the general case, and then show two specific cases. One case is mature work on trees, the other is on-going work on water.
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