This research presents a new algorithm that uses a single casually captured video to reconstruct the radiance field of a large-scale scene. They overcome the challenges of inaccurate camera poses and finite representational capacity through progressive optimization with dynamically allocated local radiance fields. Their approach outperforms the state-of-the-art on evaluation datasets and achieves smoother stabilization than 2D methods.
The Iskra EMZ1001, also known as the S2000, was co-developed by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of Ljubljana and AMI, but it was mainly produced by AMI. It is a basic control-oriented processor that was designed to run industrial automation, games, and other devices. Although it has a core 4-bit ALU, it interfaces to the outside world with an 8-bit databus and has a 13-bit address bus. It also includes timers, second counting, and interfaces for buttons and LEDs.