“Vicon Revue [http://www.viconrevue.com] is the commercial reincarnation of Microsoft’s Sensecam concept: a wearable digital camera that is designed to take photographs passively, without user intervention, while it is being worn. Its purpose is to support life-loggers wanting to track and document their everyday movements as digital memories. In combination with other physical sensors or additional image-recognition algorithms, the potential opportunities are enormous.”
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Congratulations to Informatics undergraduates Gabi Marcu and Sam Kaufman on being asked to speak at the UROP Undergraduate Research Symposium regarding their two separate projects, SenseCam and Nomatic*IM, respectively. The symposium will be held on Saturday, May 31 at the UCI Humanities Buildings.
“UROP sponsors the UCI Undergraduate Research Symposium, an annual event held in May that allows hundreds of undergraduates the opportunity to present their research results or creative activities in a professional setting. The Symposium provides the opportunity for students to attend and learn about the work of their fellow students, and to volunteer to assist at the event. Members of the larger UCI community are also invited to attend.”
Tags: award, education, Gabriela Marcu, grant, Nomatic, Sam Kaufman, sensecam
|Posted: 5/6/08 8:47 am PST by ghayes Comments Off|
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