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 Clouds add depth to computer landscapes

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Date posted: 01/08/2010

Clouds are not normally a boon for image-processing algorithms because their shadows can distort objects in a scene, making them difficult for software to recognise.

However, Nathan Jacobs and colleagues at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri, are making shadows work for them, helping them to create a depth map of a scene from a single camera.

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