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Ian Forrester

Illusion of Explanatory Depth - 0 views

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    People feel they understand complex phenomena with far greater precision, coherence, and depth than they really do; they are subject to an illusion-an illusion of explanatory depth. The illusion is far stronger for explanatory knowledge than many other kinds of knowledge, such as that for facts, procedures or narratives. The illusion for explanatory knowledge is most robust where the environment supports real-time explanations with visible mechanisms
Ian Forrester

MozFest 2014: Thinking about (and soon building) sentient articles | Knight Lab | North... - 0 views

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    The rise of sentient articles
Ian Forrester

Perceptive media: machine perception and human computer interaction - 0 views

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    Computer vision has made significant progress in recent decades, with steady
    improvements in the performance and robustness of computational methods for real-time
    detection, recognition, tracking, and modeling
Ian Forrester

Detecting Pulse From Head Motions in Video - YouTube - 0 views

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    "We extract heart rate and beat lengths from videos by measuring subtle head motion caused by the Newtonian reaction to the influx of blood at each beat. Our method tracks features on the head and performs principal component analysis (PCA) to decompose their trajectories into a set of component motions. It then chooses the component that best corresponds to heartbeats based on its temporal frequency spectrum. Finally, we analyze the motion projected to this component and identify peaks of the trajectories, which correspond to heartbeats. When evaluated on 18 subjects, our approach reported heart rates nearly identical to an electrocardiogram device. Additionally we were able to capture clinically relevant information about heart rate variability."
Ian Forrester

Smile TV works only when you smile / by @_davidhedberg - 1 views

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    Recent Royal College of Art (RCA) design graduate David Hedberg's Smile TV is more than a loving homage to the good old 'campfire inside the living room.' Made from an open frame CRT monitor and equipped with a computer vision system, the unsuspecting television set turns the medium's engagement pattern on its head: instead of making you smile at on-screen silliness, you have to "smile to watch." Only when you do - and for as long as you do - will Smile TV reveal its otherwise scrambled broadcast. "This project grew out from experimenting with facial recognition and image manipulation," Hedberg explains over email.
Ian Forrester

#Scanners by Richard Ramchurn - Kickstarter - 0 views

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    Cinematic experience based on brainwaves
Ian Forrester

Fables: Dynamic Narration for Cinema - 0 views

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    Fables™ turns cinema into an interactive experience and provides solutions for a new generation of filmmakers.
Ian Forrester

AurelioDeRosa/HTML5-API-demos · GitHub - 0 views

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    HTML5 API demos is a collection of demos that allows you to play with the functionalities of some of the APIs introduced in HTML5.
Ian Forrester

AudioMedia: Audio: The next generation - 0 views

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    Object Audio
Ian Forrester

Car camera system knows when you have road rage (Wired UK) - 0 views

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    "A team of researchers at EPFL have developed a prototype that uses in-car cameras to analyse drivers' facial expressions to detect emotion, in particular irritation."
Ian Forrester

Nevermind: A Biofeedback Horror Adventure Game by Erin Reynolds — Kickstarter - 0 views

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    The acclaimed biofeedback horror adventure game that gets more challenging as you get scared, honing your ability to manage anxiety. perceptive gaming?
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    The acclaimed biofeedback horror adventure game that gets more challenging as you get scared, honing your ability to manage anxiety. perceptive gaming?
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