What is Oren-Nayer?

Oren-Nayer is a technique used in 3D visualization to create the illusion of depth in an image. It is named after its inventor, Dr. Oren B. Nayer, who developed the technique in the early 1970s.

The Oren-Nayer technique involves taking two or more pictures of a scene from different angles and then combining them into a single image. The resulting image gives the viewer the impression of being able to see around objects, as if they were looking at them in real life.

The Oren-Nayer technique is often used to create images of objects that are too small to be seen with the naked eye, such as viruses or cells. It can also be used to create images of large objects, such as buildings or landscapes.