Videos

Pushing The Boundaries On Video Understanding – GitHub Universe 2017

7 months ago
Presented by Manohar Paluri, Research Lead, Computer Vision at Facebook. Pushing the frontiers of video understanding is necessary to get closer to general AI. This talk, which has a large emphasis on approaching problems with a multi-modal understanding, will detail Facebook’s video understanding efforts, highlighting aspects from platform, models, data and infrastructure tools, as well […]

BiliScreen: Smartphone-based App for Measuring Adult Jaundice

9 months ago
University of Washington researchers have developed a smartphone app that accurately measures jaundice in adults using a selfie and an accessory. BiliScreen is a non-invasive alternative to to blood draws for measuring bilirubin levels in the blood stream. Excess bilirubin can be an indicator of a variety of health conditions – including pancreatic cancer, a […]

How to Install OpenCV in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS for C / C++

10 months ago
List of all commands – www.codebind.com/cpp-tutorial/install-opencv-ubuntu-cpp/ In this post we will see How to Install OpenCV in Ubuntu for C/C++. OpenCV is an image processing library created by Intel and later supported by Willow Garage and now maintained by Itseez. OpenCV means Intel® Open Source Computer Vision Library. It is a collection of C functions […]

I/O ’17 Guide – Machine Learning

1 year ago
Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17. In this segment, he explores the Machine Learning Sandbox, learning about Tensor Flow and the TPU chip. All I/O Guide videos: g.co/io/guide More information about the event: events.google.com/io/ Keynote and session recordings: g.co/io/videos Event photos: g.co/io/photos #io17 Subscribe to […]
Mobile Holoportation

Mobile Holoportation

2 years ago
This video is a short demonstration of our research efforts to make Holoportation truly mobile. Learn more about Holoportation and this update on our Research Project web page: www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/project/holoportation-3/ View the Holoportation demo video (previous work) here: youtu.be/7d59O6cfaM0 For questions please contact us at holoportation@microsoft.com.
C.C. (Jay) Kuo receives 2016 Taylor L. Booth Education Award

C.C. (Jay) Kuo receives 2016 Taylor L. Booth Education Award

2 years ago
The IEEE Computer Society presented its 2016 Taylor L. Booth Education Award to Jay Kuo for excellence as an inspiring educator and for distinguished contributions to multimedia education with impact on academic and industry realms. The Taylor L. Booth Education Award honors outstanding records in computer science and engineering education. Dr. Kuo accepted her award […]
Patrick Flynn receives 2016 IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award

Patrick Flynn receives 2016 IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award

2 years ago
The IEEE Computer Society presented its 2016 Technical Achievement Award to Patrick Flynn for pioneering the development of techniques for biometric identification using face, eye and ear attributes and for creating a world class multi-biometric Image database for research and real applications. The Technical Achievement Award honors outstanding and innovative contributions to computer and information […]
Computational Imaging and Illumination for 3D Acquisition: Research at the NU Comp Photo Lab

Computational Imaging and Illumination for 3D Acquisition: Research at the NU Comp Photo Lab

2 years ago
Computational imaging and illumination plays a central role in many modern three-dimensional imaging techniques. In this talk, I will provide an overview of several 3D imaging technologies pioneered by the NU Comp Photo Lab, highlighting 3 main research projects. First, I will introduce a novel structured light technique called Motion Contrast 3D scanning (MC3D) that […]
Project Prague demo

Project Prague demo

2 years ago
Researchers and engineers in Microsoft’s Advanced Technologies Lab in Israel are investigating ways in which developers could create tools that would allow people to communicate with their computer utilizing the same kind of hand gestures they use in everyday life. Read more at: blogs.microsoft.com/next/?p=57052
Ultrasound Doppler Radar

Ultrasound Doppler Radar

2 years ago
Current depth sensors (LIDARs, Kinect, stereo cameras, etc.) are expensive, power hungry and often demand dedicated hardware, cooling systems and precise calibration. On top of this, further processing needs to be done to get a velocity profile of the objects being sensed. In this work, we have developed an Ultrasound-Doppler Radar to investigate the application […]
Measuring Gait and Balance Workshop: Session 2

Measuring Gait and Balance Workshop: Session 2

2 years ago
Quantifying post-stroke impairment with Kinect Current methods for assessing post-stroke motor impairment rely on subjective measurements by physical therapists. In order to improve rehabilitation practices and provide more detailed information regarding post stroke motor impairment, objective measurement tools are needed. To address this need, we have developed an algorithm that automatically quantifies post-stroke motor impairment […]
Computer Vision – StAR Lecture Series: Object Recognition

Computer Vision – StAR Lecture Series: Object Recognition

2 years ago
The state-of-the-art in object recognition has undergone dramatic changes in the last 20 years. In this talk, I will review the progression of the field and discuss why various approaches both succeeded and failed. The talk will cover visual recognition from the early 90’s, including handwritten digit and face detection, to the current state-of-the-art in […]