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Nick@CVPR: Activity Recognitio…

Author:admin @ June 24th, 2009 Comments Off

Nick@CVPR: Activity Recognition now is like Object Recognition 4 years ago: datasets are too easy and they’re turning to YouTube for data.

Nick@CVPR: 2nd best student pa…

Author:admin @ June 23rd, 2009 Comments Off

Nick@CVPR: 2nd best student paper- Tensor based graph matching. Make graphs of feature points. Does it match an object in your training set?

Nick@CVPR: Best student paper-…

Author:admin @ June 23rd, 2009 Comments Off

Nick@CVPR: Best student paper-Torralba’s student. Match pixels in two scenes using optical flow on sift features at every pixel & warping.

Nick@CVPR: 2nd best paper: com…

Author:admin @ June 23rd, 2009 Comments Off

Nick@CVPR: 2nd best paper: comparison of blind deconvolution algorithms: image blurred w/ unknown kernel, want to recover image and kernel.

Nick@CVPR: Best paper: Haze Re…

Author:admin @ June 23rd, 2009 Comments Off

Nick@CVPR: Best paper: Haze Removal With a Dark Channel Prior. DCh is min(min(rgb) in local patch). Nat. Im.s have DCh ~ 0, hazy images >>0.

Nick@CVPR: FaceL is a SourceFo…

Author:admin @ June 23rd, 2009 Comments Off

Nick@CVPR: FaceL is a SourceForge project for naming people in front of a kiosk using opencv+libsvm. We may want to modify it for Einstein.

Nick@CVPR: Oxford’s Visual Geo…

Author:admin @ June 23rd, 2009 Comments Off

Nick@CVPR: Oxford’s Visual Geometry Group has a good dataset for face tracking based on Buffy episodes. They give out labels but no video.

Smithsonian Article on Project One

Author:ianfasel @ June 20th, 2009 Comments Off

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/Birth-of-a-Robot.html
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