Creating 3D environments with Neural Radiance Fields (NERF)
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In this workshop we will leverage exciting AI technology to recreate 3d space by capturing images and light. This technique allows us to create realistic scenes where light moves and shifts organically. We will begin with using this method in it's conventional form, from these tests we will explore how to manipulate the technology to create unique 3d environments and fields of light.
About the Facilitator
Dan Tapper is an artist and creative technologist interested in the intersection between information and experience. His explorations use scientific methods alongside thought experiments that result in rich sonic and visual worlds.
His current projects include building sonic VR environments and using machine learning to create new forms of divination.
- A Laptop with Windows or Mac OS (newer versions preferred)
- Google Colab or a computer with a NVIDA GPU
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Cover image courtesy of Dan Tapper