Google has just unveiled Project Tango, a smartphone with built-in 3D computer vision technology. Think of it as a smartphone with built-in Kinect functionality -- but rather than enable Leap-like gesture control, the computer vision tech is used to create a full 3D map of your current environment. At its most basic, you might use Tango to create a map of your house, or a 3D model of your favorite antique vase or your motorbike. Its advanced uses, though, are what make me truly dizzy with excitement. We are looking at a device that could, in one fell swoop, revolutionize indoor navigation, DIY, shopping, gaming, and more. How? Read on.
Les captations d'événements sportifs, de cinéma et d'émissions TV vont sans doute connaître une transformation des angles de vue grâce au développement d'une technique de caméras virtuelles permettant de se...
“ Des chercheurs du laboratoire d'informatique et d'intelligence artificielle (CSAIL) du MIT ont présenté, dans un article publié à la conférence SIGGRAPH 2012, un nouveau langage de programmation, appelé Halide.”
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Une équipe de chercheurs de l’École polytechnique fédérale de Zurich a mis au point une application mobile qui permet de faire de la modélisation 3D en temps réel à partir d’un smartphone. Elle utilise...
The authors propose a fundamentally novel approach to real-time visual odometry for a monocular camera. It allows to ben- efit from the simplicity and accuracy of dense tracking -- which does not depend on visual features -- while running in real-time on a CPU. The key idea is to continuously esti- mate a semi-dense inverse depth map for the current frame, which in turn is used to track the motion of the camera using dense image alignment. More specifically, they estimate the depth of all pixels which have a non-negligible image gradi- ent. Each estimate is represented as a Gaussian probability distribution over the inverse depth. They propagate this in- formation over time, and update it with new measurements as new images arrive.The method runs in real-time on a CPU.
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