Archive for the 'Computer Vision' Category

My personal favorites of the Jobs and Gates interview at D5

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008

Here are some highlights: My key bits We live in exciting times Passion for what you do as main priority Vision, mobile devices, their integration with the cloud are some key topics The full interview is available in the iTunes store

Tim Berners-Lee on the Internet of Things

Thursday, September 4th, 2008

Interesting article by the inventor of the Web. At kooaba we connect physical things to the Web through image recognition for mobile devices … the Internet of Things realized through image recognition – or mobile visual search.

Google adds face recognition to Picasa

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Two years after Google bought Neven Vision (their?) face detection and recognition technology was added to Picasa yesterday. Two years ago I assumed that they would probably do that – just like Riya at the time. Interestingly, the latter seems to have been pretty much abandoned in favour of Like. The question ow is, how [...]

Update on Recent Developments

Sunday, December 9th, 2007

Cool: In November I wrote that Xing should add the facebook-like newsfeed. And now they have it. Nice! However, you only see the last three events. To get the rest you have to be premium member. Typical Xing, I would say.

Still looking for the perfect Christmas gift? Try mosaickr

Sunday, December 9th, 2007

As of today, we have set up poster printing with Zazzle. Which means worldwide mosaickr poster delivery to your door. Plus, you can choose from a range of printing options, including printing on canvas or custom framing. Awesome! How about a nice mosaick poster of shared memories to your loved one’s for Christmas? Here are [...]

mosaickr wins more prices

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

quote: “To the creative genius[es] behind Mosaickr, We’d like to congratulate you on being nominated for, and selected as, our award winner for MASHUP OF THE DAY at Your mashup is featured at, where users from all over the world can view your work.” ‘nough said