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How OPTIS created a realistic simulation of Titan's surface from light scatter data

At SXSW 2018, Vincent Hourdin, PhD and Research Engineer for OPTIS, spoke with TechRepublic’s Teena Maddox about the company’s work creating a realistic virtual environment of Saturn’s moon Titan for the documentary film, Last Call for Titan. The following is a transcript of the interview.

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“In 2005 the Huygens Probe landed on Titan and with the DISR instrument, it took one image of the surface, a very narrow field of view; a very small definition image, because the probe was made in the [19]’90s. And So, from this single image we …
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