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In this paper we present a conceptually simple but surprisingly powerful method for visual prediction which combines the effectiveness of mid-level visual elements with temporal modeling. Our framework can be learned in a completely unsupervised manner from a large collection of videos. However, more importantly, because our approach models the prediction framework on these mid-level elements, we can not only predict the possible motion in the scene but also predict visual appearances ��� how are appearances going to change with time. This yields a visual "hallucination" of probable events on top of the scene. We show that our method is able to accurately predict and visualize simple future events; we also show that our approach is comparable to supervised methods for event prediction.
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