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Computer Vision used in game analysis

Image courtesy of Disney Research

Researchers at the Pittsburgh campus of Disney Research are using computer vision to analyze the patterns of field hockey players, in hopes of creating a new way for coachers and commentators to make sense of game data in real time. Furthermore, this technology can be used not only in field hockey, but any other kind Continue Reading

Roboray: the next step toward human-like robots

Photo courtesy of University of Bristol and Samsung

Many people have imagined a day where robots would be advanced enough to help them with simple and complex tasks alike, and now researchers at the University of Bristol have joined forces with Samsung and taken steps toward accomplishing that. Roboray is the name of the robot, who relies on cameras, real-time 3D visual maps, Continue Reading