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Researchers are studying whether viewing 3D causes eyestrain.
3VR wants to be the Google of surveillance footage, giving businesses the ability to search video for specific people, places and things
There is a growing demand for three-dimensional city models, but creating these models is expensive and labour-intensive. Shi Pu and Sander Oude Elberink of the University of Twente, The Netherlands, have each developed a method to largely automate this process, using topographic information from the land registry in combination with laser measurement data.
Permitirá a los invidentes sacar el máximo partido a la web y a otras aplicaciones informáticas
University students have developed a computer game that is operated by eye movements, which could allow people with severe physical disabilities to become 'gamers' for the first time, they announce today.
They may be crackly but there is something special about an old record. Researchers in Switzerland are working on a technique to revive old records that can no longer be reproduced.
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AUSTRALIAN researchers are developing a universal simulator to bring a realistic sense of touch to simulations for medical procedures, defence and policing.
The requirements for industrial touch-screens are very high. The touch input unit should be very rugged, completely sealed, reliably working and easily to integrate. The easyTouch solution offered by Data Modul provides a touch input behind a glass up to 3cm thick, with multi touch functionality, a high light transmission (90%) and operation without any driver.
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe launched the MB86H61, its next-generation high-definition (HD) multi-standard video decoder solution that complies with the Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) and China Audio and Video Coding (AVS) Standards. The decoder chip is capable of decoding MPEG-2, H.264/AVC, AVS and VC-1 compressed video up to HD resolution.