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Jonathan Tompson from Google and his colleagues, Kristofer Schlachter, Pablo Sprechmann and Ken Perlin from the New York University have come up with a really nice technique to teach a convolutional neural network how fluid and smoke simulations work. The project webpage is available here, or you can click on the image below to access the […]
Manuel Dobusch has completed his Master thesis. It was co-supervised with Michael Wimmer and Eugene Zhang. Click on the image below to have a look!
Fang Da and his colleagues published an absolutely amazing paper on fluid simulations. Make sure to have a look, it is available here (or click on the paper below). I helped a bit with setting up the rendering pipeline and the scenes properly. Status: accepted to ACM SIGGRAPH 2016 (please note that I am in the acknowledgements section […]
I was stunned to realize that we have reached one million views within the first year of Two Minute Papers! I have no idea how it happened, but thanks so much to you Fellow Scholars, I am honored to have supporters like you for the series!
Two more and it’ll be a nice round number. 🙂
A Separable Subsurface Scattering implementation has recently appeared in Blender! A big shoutout for Ľuboš Lenčo this fine piece of craftsmanship. Click on the image to have a look!
Some photos from a recent photo shoot. I tried not to ruin the images of these beautiful ladies too much. 🙂
We are delighted to share the news with you that our daughter Jázmin Zsolnai-Fehér was born today. The expected time of arrival for the baby was March 18th, with a significant non-zero variance. As you can see, she is currently lifting weights in her sleep and can’t wait to help her father coding neural networks and light […]
My student, Felix König wrote a term paper on Upsampling Fluid Simulations. Click on the image to check it out!