Congratulations to Dr Gustavo Carneiro on the awarding of his latest US patent. The patent covers: A method for detecting fetal anatomic features in ultrasound images includes providing an ultrasound image of a fetus, specifying an anatomic feature to be detected in a region S determined by parameter vector .theta., providing a sequence of probabilistic boosting […]
A key step towards automating the monitoring of video from many cameras is to generate an understanding of the paths which targets may take between their fields of view. This activity topology information is the foundation for many fundamental tasks in networked surveillance, such as tracking an object across the network. Although it could be […]
According to MIT/Stanford Venture Lab (VLAB) board member Gigi Wang, Computer Vision is the focus of VC attention for the next round of investments; Investors are looking at it … it’s on their radar and I think they will start making some serious investments in about two to three years. Apparently mobile devices and ‘predictive […]
Prof Anton van den Hengel won the South Australian Pearcey Foundation Award for 2010. The other state winners announced thus far are Lars and Jens Rasmussen, who have won the 2010 NSW Pearcey Award. From the Pearcey Foundation web site: The 2010 South Australian Pearcey Foundation Award was presented to Dr Anton van den Hengel, inventor of […]
Videotrace and Punchcard, the company commercialising it won the Research and Development category of this year’s South Australian iAwards. The iAwards are Australia’s premier technology innovation awards program. TheAustralian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has hosted the awards for 16 years, with this year’s awards sponsored by Fujitsu, KPMG, IBM, and Microsoft, amongst others.
VideoTrace is a system for interactively generating realistic 3D models of objects from video—models that might be inserted into a video game, a simulation environment, or another video sequence. The user interacts with VideoTrace by tracing the shape of the object to be modelled over one or more frames of the video. By interpreting the […]