Latest Computer vision Stories

2013-01-04 05:03:23

Be the first to see Microscan's latest innovation in user-friendly machine vision software, AutoVISION 2.0: Simple Just Got Smarter, at Automate 2013. Renton, WA (PRWEB) January 03, 2013 Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode, machine vision and lighting solutions, will demonstrate AutoVISION 2.0, its latest generation of machine vision software in booth #425 at Automate 2013, scheduled to take place at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL, January 21-24. AutoVISION 2.0 combines a...

2012-12-13 05:03:07

Financing will fuel further development of Hover´s unique 3D technology and expansion into commercial and consumer markets Los Altos (PRWEB) December 12, 2012 Hover Inc., a company bringing advanced computer vision and 3D mapping technology to the marketplace, has secured $3.1 million in seed funding from Almaz Capital, de Anda Capital, McKenna Management and several angel investors, including Maurice Werdegar from Western Technology Investment. The new financing will enable Hover to...

NuiCapture Captures, Collects Data On Body Landmarks
2012-05-09 06:32:46

Connie K. Ho for RedOrbit.com Imagine a tool that can record, export, visualize, and analyze Microsoft Kinect sensor data. NuiCapture, otherwise known as Natural User Interface and recently released by Cadavid Concepts, can do just that. It´s able to efficiently capture and process Kinect Data for analysis, assisting those working in research and industry-related jobs. Cadavid Concepts, a Miami-based research and development company, works in the areas of computer vision, pattern...

2012-03-06 04:30:00

Leader in machine vision technology offers updated web services Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) March 05, 2012 Today, Image Labs International, a leader in machine vision cameras, imaging components and custom vision solutions, announced a brand new expanded website to better serve the machine vision industry. Formally known as Vision1, Image Labs International (ILI) has been a leader in custom engineered vision solutions and fairly priced components for nearly two decades. The extensive inventory...

2011-12-06 22:50:28

Approach mimics human ability to match images across domains Computers can mimic the human ability to find visually similar images, such as photographs of a fountain in summer and in winter, or a photograph and a painting of the same cathedral, by using a technique that analyzes the uniqueness of images, say researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science. The research team, led by Alexei Efros, associate professor of computer science and robotics, and Abhinav...

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