Posts tagged: computer graphics

Adobe and Microsoft Competing on Next Generation Home Video Editing

Video editing for special visual effects will no longer be the privileges of video professionals. Recently, Adobe Research and Microsoft Research released their own advanced video editing features. Computer vision technologies have been extensively exploited in the two works. 

As more and more people have digital camcorders at home, easy-to-use “Videoshop” is expected to become a useful tool, as people rely on Adobe Photoshop for editing photos nowadays. Home video editing software has a huge potential market that Adobe and Microsoft are targeting.

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Embed Visual Ads into Videos

ZuraVision is a website on embedding pictures or videos into a video using the computer vision technology developed by Stanford students. 

One immediate application of ZuraVision is to embed visual advertisements into the video. As Google AdSense do for text advertisement, ZuraVision may bring you new opportunities to monetize your video (e.g., on YouTube) in the near future.

The image on the left was cropped from a video embedded with our “VisionWang” logo, giving a realistic perspective.  

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Holiday Season Gift Ideas (1): 3D Greeting Cards

It is holiday season. Have you got a good idea to send a surprise gift to your love or your friends? Have you thought about computer vision and graphics technologies could help?

Snapily recently came up with a brilliant idea for your holiday gifts by using computer vision and graphics technologies. Users can upload your pictures, choose one of the special effects (3D, Morph or Flip) and have moderate user interaction, a customized card will be ready for you. Here is an overview of this technology.

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