Global Technology – August 2017

People communicate almost as much with the movement of our bodies as we do with our voices.  But today’s computers are, more or less, blind to it. “

Now researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute have enabled a computer to understand the body poses and movements of multiple people from video in real time, including, for the first time, the pose individual’s fingers.

This new method was developed with the help of the CMU’s Panoptic Studio, a two-story dome embedded with 500 video cameras.  The insights gained .....

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