Predator: Camera that Learns

Impressive tracking algorithm

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1. moskwiz 3 years ago

This guy should be invited to TED pronto! :)

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2. madmap 3 years ago

Nice, very nice: guess we will be hearing from him again :)

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3. LQoQK 3 years ago

impressive, hard-work pays of, specially if you are first to bring it.

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4. mothali 3 years ago

Amazing, wish they could find a way to sync audio....

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5. RandurSource 3 years ago

Very very impressive!

What's his name again?
He should get himself an artist name we can remember, suggestions welcome

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6. shayangx 3 years ago

Thats the face of a soon to be very rich man!

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7. Dazzz69 3 years ago

I know he's very clever but i dont like the way he is ignoring the fact that the big blue ball wants to use the ladder, he could give it a hand.

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8. mikeaza 3 years ago

#5 I guess we should call him Predator ? 8-)

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9. Comment rated too low. Show this comment irishgek 3 years ago

Eh come on this is not Phd quality i know nerd's who are first year uni that do exactly the same shit with xbox kinect's hooked up to there pc's and open source drivers ....

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10. y3lom 3 years ago

i just hope hp won't have this technology :P

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11. Comment rated too low. Show this comment 13wallace13 3 years ago

this video proves nothing. he could add all those effects with a basic editing software.

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12. Comment rated too low. Show this comment huldu 3 years ago

This is insanely impressive *if* this is real. The possibilities would be near endless with something that awesome. The thing is i haven't heard a word about this guy or the project - which is weird. Considering how far he "seems" to have got. Fake or not? I hope not, but you never know...

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13. Sizzlik (admin) 3 years ago

#11 #12 How about you just ask mister google and tell? Oh wait..i googled him.. zdenek kalal
http://info.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/Z.Kalal/
and #9 ..he works with the kinect engineers ;)
Next time..better do some research before commenting >:)

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14. ruhk 3 years ago

damnit I was deceived. I thought HE was the predator and the camera was reporting his ass for improper communications. darnit.

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15. sirval 3 years ago

I would have drawed a penis... damn and all my stupidity

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16. setti 3 years ago

Amazing brain !

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17. arcanol 3 years ago

I already have this type of software on my computer...its called smart logon on an Asus laptop. Recognizes only my face to logon

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18. Sizzlik (admin) 3 years ago

Cool thing about this is..its open source..you can download the source code here..plus a precompiled demo (windows only)
http://info.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/Z.Kalal/tld.html

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19. Spender 3 years ago

#17 - "I already have this type of software on my computer...its called smart logon on an Asus laptop. Recognizes only my face to logon"

Great security idea. I guess no-one would ever think of logging in by holding a photograph of your face up to the cam? :|

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20. arcanol 3 years ago

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haha funny enough family members tried that the only problem was that because the photo of my face wasn't three dimensional it didn't recognize the photo. So im not worried :D

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21. loadrunner 3 years ago

Nice to have in a bar or club, so the security can instantly see who has lost their permit to enter.

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22. Spender 3 years ago

#20. That's odd, because I've heard of people logging on using their own photograph, so the 3D thing is clearly incorrect. And if you think about it, the only way the program would be able to distinguish a 3D image from a 2D one, would be if it had access to 2 web cams. I don't know of any laptops with 2 cams, do you? In any event, the word is that it takes so long to process the face, you'd be miles quicker typing in a password.

And incidentally, I have a foolproof method of bypassing any computer security system. It's called a screwdriver. :)

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23. x3style 3 years ago

Got the source code time to play around with it, lets see if i can get it to use my webcam to model 3D objects.

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24. rain112 3 years ago

Isnt this one of the best thing i have seen?

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25. Saxxoo 3 years ago

Nice stuff... however isn't most of the abilities of this system alrdy in use with other type of hardware ofc?

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26. c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago

#9 If their teachers didnt do papers about it I very much doubt it is any like this

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27. Namron7 3 years ago

#11, I wonder how old this is because my Panasonic HD Camcorder has this technology installed already. I guess he will make most of his money from the military and police >:)

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28. Sizzlik (admin) 3 years ago

#27 its not about the face recognition..thats nothing new..its about the learning aspect of the camera by a simple software