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Keywords: artificial vision, people counting, objects and pattern recognition.
IDEI, Driving of Tentacular Robots Based on Artificial Vision, Contract n.
Next generation artificial vision systems; reverse engineering the human visual system.
We base our opinions on our involvement with some of these efforts and on presentations and discussions during the most recent biennial Eye and the Chip: World Congress on Artificial Vision organized by the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology in June 2006; for a recent overview of many current activities in this area, see Dagnelie [1].
com), based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, offers UrbanFace Terminal, a Dynamic Digital Signage System using stereoscopic cameras, sensors, Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI), and sophisticated artificial vision algorithms to create a wall-sized touchless interface that would make Stephen Spielberg say, "Whoa
Combining speech-recognition, artificial vision, grippers, and mobility, a robotic librarian will be able to retrieve books from the stacks and bring them to readers: Researchers at the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory at the University of Jaume I in Castellon, Spain, are developing a robot that uses speech-recognition to identify a requested book, then determines its location, identifies the label on the spine of the book, and pulls it off the shelf.
The retired engineer says the artificial vision system has changed his life.
Artificial vision for the blind was once the stuff of science fiction.
ATS Engineering is a Company well-known on the market for high-speed panty shield lines, automated cells, quality control and robot guides with systems of artificial vision, design and manufacturing of prototypes in the field of industrial automation.
These principles should find excellent application in artificial autonomous constructs as well, and can serve as models for the design of systems of artificial vision.
Eye researchers have pursued artificial vision through devices like Second Sight's for 20 years, borrowing ideas from the first cochlear implants that restored hearing in deaf patients.