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Synthesizing Realistic Sound for Computer Animation
Scientists at Adobe Research and Stanford University have developed an advanced new system to create accurate sounds for a range of computer-generated animations—from water splashing to cymbals clashing.
Scholarship winner and intern explores creative movement and AI
Marina Melero is a 2018 winner of the Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship and has worked as an intern at Adobe Research.
Banish Broken Links in Emails with Intelligent Analyzer
Adobe Research and partners are creating a new automated monitoring agent for promotion emails that lets marketers know when links are broken or irrelevant.
Adobe Research Honors Top Students with Awards
Adobe Research has awarded 2018 Fellowships and Women-in-Technology Scholarships to 20 talented students, encouraging the work of future leaders.
Walk Through a VR Universe in One Small Room
Adobe Research scientists have helped create a new “redirected walking” technology for virtual reality that makes a tiny room feel huge.
Spotting Image Tampering with AI
New work by an Adobe Research scientist and collaborators shows a promising approach to detect tampered images.
Image Stylization: History and Future (Part 3)
The third and final post in a series on the history of image stylization explores using neural networks to stylize images.
Image Stylization: History and Future (Part 2)
This post, part two of a three-part series, delves into patch-based methods for image stylization.
Adobe Research at CVPR 2018: Sharing New Work in Computer Vision
Adobe Research shared our latest computer vision discoveries at the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2018), held this June in Salt Lake City.
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