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Motion reconstruction technique developed using hundreds of cameras

21 July 2014
Videos of sporting events might one day be reconstructed using hundreds of images taken by spectators, thanks to new research by a team at Carnegie Mellon University


Patient monitoring in hospitals to improve with non-contact thermal imaging device

18 July 2014
A team at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK has developed a medical device that uses infrared imaging to monitor patient respiratory rates


Machine learning to help Higgs experiment

16 July 2014


NIWeek Vision Summit to highlight automated and robotic inspection

16 July 2014


World's blackest material aids space imaging

15 July 2014


Drone lighting gives photographers perfect picture

14 July 2014


Eagle eyed drone photography wins award

11 July 2014


Analysis & Opinion

Vision Award entries finalised

28 July 2014
Greg Blackman looks down the list of entrants for this year's Vision Award, to be presented at the Vision trade fair in November

Vision 2014 on course for record show after switch to biennial cycle

News image8 July 2014
The Vision trade fair is back after switching to a biennial cycle and no event in 2013. Jessica Rowbury reports from a press conference for the 2014 show

Finding 3D pose with a monocular camera

News image12 June 2014
As winner of the EMVA Young Professional Award 2014, presented at the recent EMVA business conference, Jakob Engel, a PhD student in the Computer Vision Group at the Technical University of Munich, updates on the potential 3D imaging applications for his novel approach to real-time visual odometry using a monocular camera