NVIDIA recently announced a new development in the field called Neuralangelo. This is an AI model that can turn video content into 3D models with great accuracy. This technology could change the way people make digital copies of things in industries like architecture, design, and gaming.
Neuralangelo uses neural mapping and Instant NeRF to capture even tiny details that other methods can miss. It can create very precise 3D models, even for low-contrast videos. In a test, Neuralangelo made 3D models of Michelangelo’s sculpture, David, NVIDIA’s Bay Area office, and a flatbed trailer. The AI model was very precise.
Neuralangelo is much faster and more accurate than current 3D model generation processes. It is great for industries that need precise results, like architecture, design, and gaming.
NVIDIA will release Neuralangelo at the CVPR conference on June 18-22. This conference is for sharing the latest computer vision technology. It is a perfect time to show off this new AI model.
Neuralangelo will make 3D modeling much easier and faster. It will help architects, designers, and gamers make better digital copies of things. This could change the future of 3D modeling.
Reference: NVIDIA’s announcement on Neuralangelo