Photo manipulation software, while becoming ever more powerful, have always been limited to two-dimensional edits. While it is possible, for example, to move individual objects in a photo and have their backgrounds intelligently restored from the surrounding information, it is not possible to interact with these objects in a three-dimensional way.
At least, that's the status quo. A team of researchers at the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA is about to change that, though. Their newly developed technology lets you not only move and copy objects…
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