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Re: March 19 - Day TWO: Interfacing to and Processing Data From Image Sensors
Jeff Bier   3/19/2013 2:42:26 PM
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I'll take this opportunity to respond to a question from yesterday's session. Several people asked for references on the example applications I described on slide 7 in Monday's presentation. Please note that there are multiple commercially available products in each of these categories. I'm including one example of each here. (Please note that I have mangled the URLs since valid URLs are apparently rejected by the chat software. Replace the "-dot-" with a simple "." In each instance and you're good to go.)

Heart rate from video: www-dot-vitalsignscamera-dot-com/

Pill identification: www-dot-pillidscan-dot-com

LEGO augmented reality kiosk: www-dot-metaio-dot-com/kiosk/lego/

Surgical robot for hair transplantation: restorationrobotics-dot-com

Automotive safety (2013 Cadillac XTS, one example of many): www-dot-youtube-dot-com/watch?v=AsHQ5ORXinE

Automatic panorama image stitching: www-dot-cs-dot-bath-dot-ac-dot-uk/brown/autostitch/autostitch.html



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