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Programming a paintable computer
A programming model is described which normatively defines the term process fragment and which provides environmental support for the fragment's mobility, scheduling and data exchange and a hardware reference platform is described as an initial guide to the application domain.
Graspables: grasp-recognition as a user interface
The Graspables project is an exploration of how measuring the way people hold and manipulate objects can be used as a user interface as well as demonstrating the effectiveness of grasp-recognition as an interface in multiple scenarios.
The role of groups in smart camera networks
A local group forming protocol is described that provides a method for nodes to create a bottom-up organisation based purely on local conditions, in which a distributed algorithm can organise the communications of its nodes using purely local knowledge to maintain its global network performance.
Anisotropic leaky-mode modulator for holographic video displays
Three enabling properties of particular interest—polarization rotation, enlarged angular diffraction, and frequency domain colour filtering—are demonstrated and it is suggested that this technology can be used as a platform for low-cost, high-performance holographic video displays.
Real-Time Adaptive Foreground/Background Segmentation
A new algorithm is proposed that represents each pixel in the frame by a group of clusters that is capable of processing PAL video at full frame rate using only 35%–40% of a GHz Pentium 4 computer.
Real-time adaptive background segmentation
A new algorithm that represents each pixel in the frame by a group of clusters that is adapted to deal with background and lighting variations and demonstrated equal or better segmentation than the other techniques.
Segmentation of an image sequence using multi-dimensional image attributes
  • Edmond Chalom, V. Bove
  • Computer Science
    Proceedings of 3rd IEEE International Conference…
  • 16 September 1996
A segmentation scheme that takes account of multiple image characteristics, developing a multi-modal statistical model of regions based on a small amount of user-supplied training data is described.
Display Holography's Digital Second Act
  • V. Bove
  • Art
    Proceedings of the IEEE
  • 13 February 2012
Digital developments in holographic printing, holographic projection, and holographic television are examined, and connections between holographic imaging and areas such as integral imaging and telepresence are explored.
Semiautomatic 3-D model extraction from uncalibrated 2-D camera views
This paper introduces a new technique to solve for radial and decentering lens distortion directly from the results of vanishing point estimation, thus precluding the need for special calibration templates.
The bar of soap: a grasp recognition system implemented in a multi-functional handheld device
This paper discusses the Bar of Soap, a multi-function handheld prototype that uses grasp-based interactions to switch between modes and shows that using common machine learning techniques the device can reliably distinguish five separate classes based on the users' grasps.