Bokode 17. August 2009 Via technologyShare ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmail Frühere Beiträge How A Blind Person Uses A DVD Player http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8oqzWa4eoc Via Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs Inc. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukZCHX5ffEI Via Impressive Maneuvers for Autonomous Quadrotor Flight http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvRTALJp8DM Via Dieser Beitrag hat 11 Kommentare Fascinating idea! So for this to work in real time you need two cameras as close to each other as possible, one in focus and one out of focus. Sounds like for this to really catch on the next generation of smart phones should have two cameras rather than one built into them! More big brother police state measures…..in other words….bad news! NO thanks big daddy brother‘ And, if you wear one implanted in a piercing or glasses or anywhere in you bodywear, you can project information in a hud of aumented reality! freaking scary! RFID pretty much obsoletes this; it’s available now and it’s cheap, invisible, and doesn’t require line-of-sight. Cool tech though. RFID can’t tell you what direction an object is facing. It will give you distance and data, but not relative positioning. You also need an RFID reader. This tech uses any decent digital camera. Also, obsolete is not a verb. tr.v., -let·ed, -let·ing, -letes. To cause to become obsolete. Don’t you have a bonfire to be frightened of? FIRE BAD. DARK MAGIC KILL US ALL. I think that the two technologies are complementary. jeeeez. I almost fell off my chair when i first saw this video! It’s awesome!! It obsoletes you, beejor. Not a lot of use for most handheld cameras or camera phones that have auto focus and no manual focus control. some do Kommentare sind geschlossen.