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#1    EDV

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Posted 07 October 2011 - 06:12 PM

Machine that can see!

See rising of AVM technology since 2007:

*Follow me


*Walking by gates


*Route training and navigation by map
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVz9iBazqug

See also: AVM Navigator help page, Using of AVM plugin in RoboRealm

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What your robot see and how it affect to navigation?

In our case the robot uses only limited sequence of images from camera for
navigation. The AVM Navigator application just tries to recognize images so
that be able to understand robot location. And if you show in route training
process of some image sequence (just lead your robot in "Marker mode")
then in automatic navigation mode the robot should have possibility to see
the same sequence of images without anyone changes. Otherwise AVM Navigator
will not be able to recognize images and it will cause to fail in
localization and navigation.

*Video Surveillance System
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXiubArqPQk

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Posted 07 October 2011 - 06:37 PM

A storm is coming.--*Terminator theme starts as I drive off in my Jeep*


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Posted 10 October 2012 - 06:50 AM

Fun with AVM Navigator

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It's little demo of object recognition and learning from motion with helping of AVM Navigator.

All object rectangle coordinates are available in RoboRealm pipeline from external variables:
NV_ARR_OBJ_RECT_X - left-top corner X coordinate of recognized object
NV_ARR_OBJ_RECT_Y - left-top corner Y coordinate of recognized object
NV_ARR_OBJ_RECT_W - width of recognized object
NV_ARR_OBJ_RECT_H - height of recognized object

So you can use it in your VBScript program.

See here for more details.


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Posted 10 October 2012 - 08:18 AM

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 08:21 AM

Only a matter of time.




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Posted 10 October 2012 - 06:24 PM

It is very ridiculous but my robot can automatically walk from one room to other
and it uses only images from video camera and it works already today :yes:

It is enough difficult route that was passed by robot
with help AVM Navigator (route training and passing):


Autonomous navigation view from outside:



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Posted 11 October 2012 - 08:25 AM

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Hi,

I noticed in the youtube video that you jiggle the object (your face or the book) slightly during the learrning phase. Is this an advantage?

Cheers,

Alan

In fact the AVM algorithm is not invariance to rotation and you should show the object for memorizing to AVM search tree under different angles during training for further correct recognition.

See also an example of using of Canny module as background for AVM Navigator:

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 03:43 PM

Hi guys,

I'm still working over AVM technology. Now I've founded my own company that is named Invarivision.com.
We are small but passionate team of developers that are working over system which would be able watch TV and recognize video that interests user.

And we need your help!

It seems that interface of our search system is good enough because we try to make it to be simple and user friendly but from other point of view it could be a total disaster.

Could you  please take a look to our system and then tell us about good and bad sides of this?

The constructive criticism is welcome.

With kind regards, EDV.


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Posted 07 January 2014 - 03:45 PM

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This is quite different from autonomous robot navigation.
Our search system also is the robot that watches TV like a human but does it simultaneously on several TV channels and this robot can watch TV nonstop and do not to get tired  :)

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Can you explain more about how the system would determine what video interests the user?
The user just uploads video which interests him to the search system and then system would search it on all channels that are scanned.

Also user can add own TV channel that interests him if system still does not have such channel.

So, in other words: AVM Video Search system provides service that allows customers to make audit of TV channels or searching of forbidden or copyrighted video in file with help of automatically recognition of the video content.

The main advantage of this system is direct recognition of separate images into analyzing of video content that is provide searching of very small video fragments about two seconds long.





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