201501070445由影像取得許多有用的資訊 : A big world of small motions | Michael Rubinstein | TEDxYouth@BeaconStreet
這段影片內容是來自 TEDx，利用"motion microscope"可以將許多可視的微小變動，轉成許多有用的訊息，例如:照顧嬰幼兒時，可以不用任何的接觸，就能很仔細的知道嬰幼兒的生命狀態；由影像轉化出聲音，這等於任何的秘密談話，只要能在看到的物件(玻璃杯，花瓶)的影像，就能知道談話內容。 詳細的內容請看來自 YouTube 的原文內容和影片:
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. What is the future of superhuman vision? Our world is full of small, imperceptible motions and changes we cannot normally see. Michael Rubinstein presents a new type of microscope -- a “motion microscope” -- that can magnify and make visible the tiniest changes in people and objects. Unlike traditional microscopes that use optics to make small objects bigger, this new microscope uses a video camera and image processing to analyze and visualize the changes. It can magnify a variety of interesting and useful phenomena, from blood pulsing under our skin, to vibrations in pipes, engines, and throats, revealing a whole new world that was invisible to us, until now.
Michael Rubinstein is a Research Scientist at Google working on computer vision. This work was done while he was at MIT and Microsoft Research.
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