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The company is expected to unveil so-called Project Natal titles at Electronic Entertainment Expo.
New imaging systems which will enable a more in-depth study of ancient artefacts will be available within a year.
Millions of surveillance cameras around the world are today watching public and private areas around the clock, providing police with a valuable tool for catching perpetrators carrying out criminal acts. Rapid apprehension of the recent attempted Times Square, New York, bomber was a sensational example. However, since video browsing and retrieval in the millions of cameras is time consuming - involving sometimes days or weeks of review -- most recorded video is never watched or examined.
A new computational model sheds light on the workings of the human visual system and could help advance artificial-intelligence research, too.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) have developed a prototype surveillance camera and computer system to analyze the camera images and deliver a text feed describing what the camera is seeing. The new system aims to make searching vast amounts of video much more efficient.
Computing the energy levels of a helium atom in 1958 was significantly harder than it is today. But a comparison of then and now methods reveals some counterintuitive anomalies about the impact of computer science
Like a bar code, only much creepier
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(PhysOrg.com) -- Completing jigsaw puzzles is a challenging and popular hobby, but now scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the U.S. and Tel Aviv University in Israel have for the first time developed a probabilistic graphical model to solve a jigsaw puzzle consisting of 400 square pieces.
Bajo este título ha tenido lugar un Desayuno Tecnológico organizado por el Instituto Tecnológico de Informática y en el que se han presentado casos de éxito de la mano de empresas líderes en el mercado SaaS
Ever since Steven Spielbergs 2002 sci-fi movie Minority Report, in which a black-clad Tom Cruise stands in front of a transparent screen manipulating a host of video images simply by waving his hands, the idea of gesture-based computer interfaces has captured the imagination of technophiles. Academic and industry labs have developed a host of prototype gesture interfaces, ranging from room-sized systems with multiple cameras to detectors built into laptops screens. But MIT researchers have developed a system that could make gestural interfaces much more practical. Aside from a standard webcam, like those found in many new computers, the system ...