Friday, 25 de April de 2014

Noticias y opinión en Visión Artificial


A Laptop that Knows Where You're Looking

Eye-tracking cameras offer a new way to control your computer.

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The next 15+ years of technology

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Camera Gives Noninvasive Look Inside Materials, Structures

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Turning Augmented Reality into an Open Standard

A team at Georgia Tech hopes to make it easier to create and use augmented reality applications.

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A Laptop that Knows Where You're Looking

Eye-tracking cameras offer a new way to control your computer.

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El Instituto Nacional de Informática de Tokio visita el ITI

Henri Angelino, director de la Oficina de Relaciones Exteriores y profesor del Instituto Nacional de Informática (NII) de Tokio, se mostró muy interesado por el funcionamiento del Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI), durante la visita que realizó ayer al Instituto.

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Better Tools for Kinect Hacking

Academics and hobbyists are already hacking the Kinect and doing so is about to get even easier.

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El 'Kinect' de Asus llegará en mayo

CeBit: Wavi Xtion es el nombre del nuevo controlador de movimientos con el que Asus quiere tentar a los usuarios de PC, permitiéndoles jugar o controlar el PC a través del televisor.

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New Laptop from Lenovo Is Controlled by Eye Movements

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Researchers help blind ‘see’ Facebook photos

TACTILE TECHNOLOGY: An ASU student runs his fingers across a Braille map of the ASU Tempe campus located in the Disability Resource Center. Baoxin Li, assistant professor in the School of Computing and Informatics, is in the process of developing a method that would enable the visually impaired to "see" the faces of people on computer screens by producing tactile images. (Photo by Aaron Lavinsky)

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ZK Software Announces Its 1st Ever Magnetic and Barcode Reader

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Retooling algorithms

At its most fundamental, computer science is about the search for better algorithms — more efficient ways for computers to do things like sort data or filter noise out of digital signals. But most new algorithms are designed to run on serial computers, which process instructions one after another. Retooling them to run on parallel processors is rarely simple.

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IriTech, Arxan partner for new biometric security solution

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Motorola releases fingerprint sensor-embedded Android phone

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Biometric ATMs helping banks and customers

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Juan Carlos Pérez, director científico del ITI: “La tecnología de reconocimiento facial, alternativa inmediata a la dactilar"

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New imaging system may cut caesareans

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Researchers use genomics to investigate TB outbreak

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MorphoTrak releases new fingerprint, vein recognition scanner

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Computers Get In Touch with Your Emotions

Machines that respond to your emotional state could help you focus better on the task at hand.

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