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Aller Media Oy will use technology developed by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland in the end of March in its TV magazines. Readers who have a webcam and a PC, suitable for 3D game graphics, can bring the animated Dibidog alive and transform it to a 3D character. Created by Finnish and Chinese children, Dibidogs are animated puppies. Their adventures can be seen on channel MTV3 from 2 April onwards. VTT is developing a technology called Augmented Reality (AR) which superimposes digital information in the user’s view of the real world. Apart from printed media, other application areas ...
Aunque muy avanzado con respecto a nuestros homólogos europeos, el proceso de digitalización en España no terminará hasta que concluya la implantación de la TDT interactiva, en alta definición, y en 3D, para lo que se precisan contenidos.
Episodic dispoene de una potente plataforma de vídeo y ayuda a los editores a gestionar, medir y monetizar el vídeo online.
Finding a particular song or video is often no easy matter. Manually assigned metadata may be incorrect, and the unpacking of compressed data can slow up the search. DIVAS, a multimedia search engine, uses digital fingerprints to reliably locate what you are looking for.
The weird and wonderful that'll be part of everyday life
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.