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Never forget a face
New algorithm uses subtle changes to make a face more memorable without changing a person’s overall appearance.
A camera that peers around corners
A new imaging system could use opaque walls, doors or floors as 'mirrors' to gather information about scenes outside its line of sight.
By using optical equipment in a totally unexpected way, MIT researchers have created an imaging system that makes light look slow.
Putting the ‘art’ in artificial intelligence
CSAIL associate professor develops AI systems that can interpret images.
Oliva explores new ground in computational perception at CSAIL
Neuroscientist looks forward to collaborative studies of visual perception in the brain and its computational applications.
In Profile: Ramesh Raskar
After doing groundbreaking work in computational photography, the Media Lab researcher has trained his sights on inventing ‘brand new disciplines.’
What makes an image memorable?
Hint: We tend to remember pictures of people much better than wide open spaces.
Photo experts converge at MIT to discuss how to spot doctored images.
Computing with a wave of the hand
A new Media Lab system turns LCD displays into giant cameras that provide gestural control of objects on-screen. And that’s just for starters.
The Computer Graphics Group sharpens photographs by capturing multiple low-quality images instead of a single higher-quality image.