The model loading behind this text could have began in any number of digital formats, but it is now
something different entirely. Like a cloud formed of millions of droplets, sample images have been
distributed across the neurons of a Neural Radiance Field (NeRF) and precomputed into a representational
form capable of synthesizing novel, three-dimensional views in real time.
This rendering technology, a Sparse Neural Radiance Grid (SNeRG), offers a glimpse into the potential for
artificial intelligence to reshape reality as we know it. Just as the clouds above us morph into new
shapes before our eyes, so too do the media we use to represent them. Learn more about the SNeRG from
the original paper by Google
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