Category Archives: imaging

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The five most interesting product launches at Mobile World Congress (Barcelona) and Business Forum Imaging (Cologne)

Nostalgia, minimalistic product design, and a new approach for connecting DSLRs to the cloud Mobile World Congress Nokia 3310 – As discussed previously, today’s infatuation with instant printing reflects consumers’ desires – not just for instant and more personal ways to share their photos, but also for nostalgic retro products. At Mobile World Congress, Nokia (actually HMD Global, the company licensing the Nokia brand) announced the Nokia 3310, a modern variation of the iconic Nokia feature phone. Light – While the Nokia announcement got all the attention, a startup called Light (not to be…

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You Are Brilliant and You Want More Exposure

Every second of every day, people around the world are publishing research papers and launching new startups that leverage computer vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. Researchers and professors want their work to be noticed in the midst of a flood of new work. Entrepreneurs want to build valuable businesses, get covered in Techcrunch, Wired, Wall Street Journal, want to raise financing and want happy customers. We want to help you! We have been organizing the premier annual visual technology summit since 2014 called the…

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From Artificial Intelligence to Intelligent Imaging

Last year at Mobile World Congress I expected the buzz to be about smartphone innovations. Instead, what most people talked about was IoT, the Internet of Things. My highlight was brushing my teeth with the Oral-B Genius smart toothbrush at one of several sinks lined up in the company’s booth. The idea was: you plop your smartphone onto the mirror with a provided suction cup and the toothbrush’s position detection technology uses your smartphone’s camera as well as the brush’s motion sensors to track how…

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Mobile Photo Connect announces its program and speaker lineup for October 25 San Francisco conference

Mobile Photo Connect, the leading forum where entrepreneurs, investors and senior executives gather to discuss the key technology and business issues driving the surge in mobile imaging and visual communication, announces its program and speaker lineup for its October 25 conference. The event’s theme, “Shaping the world of smart mobile imaging,” will be explored through a mix of presentations, panel discussions, and technology demonstrations: Fireside Chat Session How to get your photo app covered by the major hi-tech sites How to get your photo app covered by the…

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Mobile Photo Connect announces five prominent new sponsors

Mobile Photo Connect, the premier conference for the mobile photo ecosystem conference, today announces five additional sponsors of its October 25, 2016 conference.   New Gold sponsor is Portugal-based Storyo, makers of the highly acclaimed automatic multimedia story telling app of the same name.   Storyo will complement the conference’s previously announced Gold sponsors: HP, Fujifilm, Walgreens, and di support. Mobile Photo Connect’s also announced the first Silver sponsors for this year’s conference:  ·       Media optimization company, Beamr ·       Flash storage provider, SanDisk ·       Mobile printing platform company, Printicular ·       Video trailer app developer, Sharalike The initial nine vendor sponsors are supplemented by six association sponsors, including the…

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It’s coming! The Internet of Eyes will allow objects to see

In the near future, every inanimate object we interact with may not only have the ability to see, but could also improve our lives. In order for this visibility to happen, objects will need the assistance of visual sensors and cameras. Though hotly debated in privacy sectors, experts agree that dozens of tiny cameras and eventually nano cameras will soon be built into objects, providing devices the ability to see from every angle and in real time. As Serge Belongie, Professor of Computer Vision at…

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10 Questions for a CMO: FLIR

There is more to the world around us than we can see. Much more. While we compensate for that lack of vision with our other senses, like touch or smell, machines do have this luxury. Thermal sensors, who can capture and render heat signatures, fill in this void and combined with advance imaging, deliver far deeper insight on our environment, even to humans.  We caught up with Travis Merill, CMO of FLIR, a global leader in  thermal imaging, who reveals how critical this technology has…

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10 Questions for a 3D vision engineer : Gaile Gordon

Machine vision is partially blind. Of all the information a camera can capture, one essential part is always missing. Unlike popular belief, 3D capture is not about rendering a 3D environment but rather giving vision sensors the power to integrate depth, very much as our own eyes ( and brain) perform.  How we perceive and understand our world is very much influenced by our ability to integrate spatial dimension. Gaile Gordon, senior director of Technology at Enlighted, who has spent most of her career researching 3D…

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10 Questions to a CEO : Lytro

Light Field photography has been around for a while and no other company has been more associated with its development than Lytro. First on the market with a consumer camera, and then a pro version, it has paved the uncharted territory of the promising technology. Restrained by a proprietary image format, expensive gear and lack of competition, it didn’t connect with the marketplace. Unphased and convinced that  light field is here to stay , Jason Rosenthal , CEO of Lytro is now aiming for the very…

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10 Questions to a founder : Vidlet

And it’s back. In a little more than a month, the third edition of the LDV Vision Summit promises to be as enriching, if not more, than the previous two. 2  days jammed packed with sessions, presentations, a start-up competition and plenty of opportunities to network, all around visual tech. And as now tradition, we start our series of short interviews with some of the presenters about to take the stage. Doreen Lorenzo, co-founder of Vidlet, shares with us some insight about her company, the marketplace,…

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