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    The main purpose of this project is to accomplish 2D video to 3D video. The depth map extraction and 3D image warping stereo image. For the extraction of the depth map includes three parts, image block motion Extraction, color segmentation, Depth map average fusion. the propose of image block motion Extraction is to use 2D image of foreground and background which extract the predominant lines and vanishing point of the background base on geometry method and motion, the background depth map is considered

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    Ipod Video

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    Ipod Video The Ipod video, which has only been available for a few days, is the one product in Best Buy that I would particularly like to own. Specifically the 30 gigabyte Black Ipod Video. What makes this product so attractive is first, obviously, it can play videos. Up to 75 hours that is! The next thing that caught my eye about this product is that it can easily be connected to a digital camera to transfer photos. This means that there is no need for numerous memory cards on a long trip with

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    Home Videos. These days they're not getting much love on the Web. One after another, online video sites that have long showcased such fare as skateboarding dogs and beer-drenched parties are scaling back their focus on user-generated clips, often in favor of professionally produced programming. "People would rather watch content that has production value than watch their neighbors in the garage," says Matt Sanchez, co-founder and chief executive of VideoEgg, a company that provides Web video tools

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    Film and Video Production: Becoming the Future of the Silver Screen Every so often a movie is released with such tense anticipation and glamorous visual art that the public is drawn to this dramatic rendition of life in the theatre. For even just two hours or so, you are put into a different lifestyle. Action, drama or comedy it may be. We are thrust into a different way of thinking. We are forced to learn the characters thoughts and feelings. The hard work and artistic skill that goes into these

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    Public Video Surveillance INTRODUCTION Today’s technology has changed the way we live. It has changed the way that we view the environment, act when out in public, and the way we go about doing our daily task. Computers have greatly increased our capabilities to achieve our goals much faster. Human interaction between people has decreased because of this technology. The changes continue daily with an endless stream of new ideas and ways of doing things. There seems to be no end in site.

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    Video Games

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    Video Games I. The Video or Computer Game Industry The now multi-billion dollar video game industry starting slowly. In 1972, Atari developed Pong, a simple tennis-like game played on the television screen. Pongwas followed by Space Invadersin 1978 (Griffiths 223). Since then, thousands of games are available over the Internet, on CDROM for personal computers, hand-held units, and television console units like Playstation, Nintento, and Sega. Further, the market has developed beyond just

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    Video

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    violent video game argue that violent video games train teenager to become killer like Michael Carneal, a 14 year old boy, who have never fire a shot in his life. But he has fired 4 head shots out of 8 when he went on a killing spree in his school. Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman, U.S. Army, (Retired) using his expert’s opinions from when he was in the army and conclude that he have never met an untrained person who can shot a gun with that accuracy in his life. He also said that violent video has taught

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    Video Conferencing

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    next big thing again-Video Conferencing I have been pondering the state of video conferencing a lot lately. In fact, it has been on my mind for about 15 years, ever since I sat next to a senior executive of a major airline on a cross-country flight in 1995. I asked him a question I often ask executives I meet as I try to get a pulse on what drives them. I asked him ³what keeps him up at night.² His answer was ³video conferencing.² He said that as video conferencing or video telephony becomes more

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    actually physically being present. Another part of this confusion is caused by the blurring of lines or by using the same word to describe different features. Having an audio component is not necessarily VoIP (Voice over IP) enabled and having a video component is not necessarily videoconferencing. This document will try to identify the differences and give you some simple guidelines to help determine what technology is best for your session. One of the major issues in dealing with this topic

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    Digital Video

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    Digital Video is everywhere but people don’t recognize the importance of the video in today’s society. It has been used in various ways to help form the industry. Digital Video has had a fast-paced history, has a variety of uses, and it helps with education. Digital History: Digital video is a type of digital recording system that works by using a digital rather than an analog video signal. It was used for the ease of sharing and storing, no degradation of data quality when copied, being easy and

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