Archive for December, 2009

Dec 27 2009

Just links [Links of the week]

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Hi Stuff I picked up on the web the last week: http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/12/21/world-map-social-networks/ Never tired of infographics: World map of social networks http://gizmodo.com/5429631/implausible-digital-forensics-in-tv-and-film-a-medley Awe-some and then some. Enhance. http://lifehacker.com/5431998/ribbit-app-delivers-voicemail-transcripts-to-your-iphone Give Ribbit credit for the bold stand in front of G-Voice. http://gizmodo.com/5428610/rumor-google-working-on-chrome-os+branded-netbook-with-one-secret-manufacturer A G netbook! That's what we've been missing! Not. http://gizmodo.com/5428642/apple-patent-sees-you-computing-hands+free-in-3d 3D interface by Apple, based […]

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Dec 17 2009

Leenky wiks! [Links of the week]

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Hello people of high measure, Forth are listed the hyperlinks thy humble servant hath collected in past days: http://gizmodo.com/5423006/i-cant-stop-smiling-over-google-chromes-new-ad Nice ad by G for Chrome! http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/12/09/geoapi-creation/ Very interesting: huge database of geo-tagged information with API for developers. http://gizmodo.com/5424468/mits-bidirectional-display-lets-you-control-objects-with-a-wave-of-your-hand I saw this contraption in the lab and the guy demoed it for me. It's strange looking, […]

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Dec 14 2009

Extending Justin Talbot's GrabCut Impl [w/ code]

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Justin Talbot has done a tremendous job implementing the GrabCut algorithm in C [link to paper, link to code]. I was missing though, the option to load ANY kind of file, not just PPMs and PGMs. So I tweaked the code a bit to receive a filename and determine how to load it: use the […]

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Dec 10 2009

The links are back! [Links of the week]

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Hi good people, Well after a two-week break, I'm back with some more interesting weekly links.. So here's what I've picked up on the web the past 2 weeks: http://gizmodo.com/5409898/3d-scanning-a-webcams-latest-trick Awesome 3D reconstruction work with only a webcam! I dig that stuff. http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/11/20/hot-potato-launch Me like! An old-new mobile social concept comes to life: Ad-Hoc Social […]

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