Interactive Dynamic Video Lets Inanimate Objects React and Bounce

Abe Davis, a PhD student at MIT, has come up with a fascinating new way to make video objects interactive. His Interactive Dynamic Video brings video objects to life so that other digital and real-world objects can appear to affect them and make them move. It’s an innovative take on creating lower-budget special effects, and has cool potential industrial, structural, and safety applications as well. Check out the video.