No more geeky glasses to watch 3D (w/Video)
Most people’s experience with 3D involves wearing tinted glasses in a cinema. But a new technology, which does not require glasses and may enable 3DTV, is being developed by European researchers.
New surveillance camera system provides text feed
PBS stares back at 1.8-gigapixel ARGUS drone imaging system
Seeing things: Researchers teach computers to recognize objects
(PhysOrg.com) -- If computers could recognize objects, they could automatically search through hours of video footage for a particular two-minute scene. A tourist strolling down a street in a strange city ...
Medusa and the giant squid: Camera system captures first video
Researchers from The University of Queensland played a key role in filming the first video images of a live giant squid in its natural habitat, in lightless water up to a kilometre under the ocean. ...
Watching violent TV, video games desensitizes teenagers and may promote more aggressive behavior
Watching violent films, TV programmes or video games desensitises teenagers, blunts their emotional responses to aggression and potentially promotes aggressive attitudes and behaviour, according to new research published ...
Glasses-free 3-D projector (w/ Video)
Over the past three years, researchers in the Camera Culture group at the MIT Media Lab have steadily refined a design for a glasses-free, multiperspective, 3-D video screen, which they hope could provide ...
Sound imaging: clever acoustics help blind people see the world (w/ Video)
(PhysOrg.com) -- Video from portable cameras is analysed to calculate the distance of obstacles and predict the movements of people and cars. This information is then transformed and relayed to a blind person ...
New search technique for images and videos has broad applications
(PhysOrg.com) -- Engineers at the University of California, Santa Cruz, have developed a powerful new approach to a fundamental problem in computer vision: how to program a computer to recognize or categorize ...
New 3-D sensors coming soon to computers, cameras, other gadgets
In the science fiction movie "Minority Report," set 50 years in the future, Tom Cruise's character interacts with a computer display by moving his hands in front of it.
Cheap, color, holographic video: Better holographic video displays
Today in the journal Nature, researchers at MIT's Media Lab report a new approach to generating holograms that could lead to color holographic-video displays that are much cheaper to manufacture than today' ...
Bigger, faster superphones in 4G, 3D and dual-core
Every time you turn around nowadays there's another huge tech trade show, at which a bunch of new phones and tablets are announced.
Google buys virtual imaging patents from Foxconn
Google has bought virtual imaging patents from Taiwanese supplier Foxconn that could be used in its interactive "Google Glass" devices, according to a document acquired by AFP on Saturday.