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A new vision-based approach could help prevent crowd disasters.
Brazilian police will use futuristic 'Robocop-style' glasses fitted with facial recognition equipment to identify and root out troublemakers at the 2014 World Cup.
EmSense Uses Biometrics to Help Recognize Consumers' Emotional and Cognitive Engagement with Marketing Stimuli
(PhysOrg.com) -- Leave it to an iPhone app developer to turn a tool that cost hundreds of dollars a year ago into something that can be done with a 99-cent app. Grant Schindler, research scientist in Georgia Tech's College of Computing, created Trimensional, the first app that allows users with an iPhone 4, iPad 2 or recent iPod Touch to take 3-D scans of faces or other objects and share them by e-mail. Now in the latest update, users can also e-mail animated videos of their 3-D models. For a few dollars more, artists and designers can even export ...
Oculis Labs released PrivateEye Enterprise, a desktop security application that employs facial recognition and detection algorithms with a standard webcam to actively protect information displayed on computer screens.
Face recognition technology has an important role to play in helping cargo carriers to tighten up on security
UC San Diego engineers are developing tools to automate blood vessel counting in images, and to make the distinction between data collection and analysis more clear.
Since 1993, the error rate of automatic face recognition systems has decreased by a factor of 272. The reduction applies to systems that match people with face images captured in studio or mugshot environments. In Moore's law terms, the error rate decreased by one-half every two years.
A pesar de lo publicado por CNN la semana pasada, el desarrollador de Android retrasará el lanzamiento de la aplicación que permitiría identificar personas, debido a cuestiones de privacidad.