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In the future could we upscale 2D content into a 3D scene (link below)?


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I just recently learned about this mind-blowing tech (as linked above), and I thought of something. Could we use future AI and this holographic tech to potentially upscale old and traditional 2D movies and such into a holographic scene that can be observed from all angles (just like this tech)?

 

We can already upscale resolution and frame-rate for practically any piece of cinema now so I really do hope we can do the same with this! 

 

 



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I think so.



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I'm sure that'll happen at some point in the future. It will require a more robust A.I. system than we have now to make this workable on a big scale.


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I think so.

 

 

I'm sure that'll happen at some point in the future. It will require a more robust A.I. system than we have now to make this workable on a big scale.

Oh man, the possibilities are insane! Literally, this'll be the biggest display tech breakthrough since the traditional display was first invented! Within 10 or so years from I'm sure they'll have this tech using a much thinner panel, a much bigger screen, and also much cheaper production cost. Not to mention making the depth affect even more convincing.



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Just as we're able to colorize black-and-white movies, and to do so with increasingly convincing results, so will we be able to convert 2D movies into 3D. Raklian is right that AIs will need to do the work, not humans. 

 

We'll also be able to greatly sharpen the quality of old photos and films, and to sharpen their sounds and even add convincing sounds to silent footage. 






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