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A team at the University of Washington has developed a method capable of turning static images of fluid motion into animated videos. The method makes it possible to animate flowing material, such as water, clouds, and smoke. It produces a short video that loops seamlessly, giving the impression of endless movement.
“A picture captures a moment frozen in time. But a lot of information is lost in a static image. What led to this moment, and how are things changing? Think about the last time you found yourself fixated on something really interesting — chances are it wasn’t totally static,” said lead author Aleksander Holynski, a doctoral student in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering….READ MORE