The Irishman's de-aged De Niro and Pacino are example of strides made by animators in recreating realistic human faces
The Irishman uses de-age technology instead of using different actors. To de-age actors, a visual effects team creates a computer-generated, younger version of an actor’s face and then replaces the actor’s real face with the synthetic, animated version.
Disney Research has developed a 'Magic Bench' platform that actualises this dream by combining augmented (AR) and mixed reality experience.
Using artificial intelligence techniques, scientists have designed a new system that can automatically learn the association between images and the sounds they could plausibly make.
Disney researchers have developed a new speech technology system that could make playing certain video games or interactions with robots more fun for kids.
Using deep learning techniques, a group of researchers has trained a computer to recognise events in videos on YouTube -- even the ones the software has never seen before like riding a horse, baking cookies or eating at a restaurant.
Disney researchers have developed several prototype apps that add computer-generated animation, sound and visuals to activities such as colouring books and games like scavenger hunts that require physical interaction.
A new image processing technique developed by Disney Research could make high dynamic range (HDR) video look better when shown on consumer-quality displays.
Disney Research has put forth its new sensing technology, called Touché, which employs Swept Frequency ...