Tag Archives: Computers

ComputerVision… literally

They’re called smartphones for a reason, and beginning next year, Android cell phones will implement technology allowing users to control their devices with their eyes, giving the term ComputerVision a much more literal meaning. The technology, developed by Senseye, is a form of ComputerVision which uses the combination of a camera, algorithms and a user’s Continue Reading

Computers on the playing field

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Although there is recent talk of how the recognition aspects of ComputerVision Software can be used by authorities, there has been less focus on the other ways in which it can also be utilized. However, researchers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Computer Vision Laboratory have discovered how to incorporate this science on the Continue Reading

Facial detection zeroes in on micro-expressions


ComputerVision Software is moving beyond the simple boundaries of facial detection, and now is taking that technology one step further to identifying and decoding micro-expressions on faces. Scientists working with the Machine Vision Group at the University of Oulu in Finland have developed a new system which is able to interpret facial expressions and tell Continue Reading

An inferiority complex for ComputerVision?

It’s undeniable that the rise of ComputerVision technology has aided our society in many ways, by making the completion of complex and time-consuming tasks easier and faster. Yet in spite of the many advances made in the field, particularly over the past few years, the technology still isn’t able to rival the capabilities of humans Continue Reading