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nice research results!

fyi, credits go to the researchers from TUM (see video description and paper).
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Google added a Java Mesh Builder examples to its Github tango-examples-java project:
https://github.com/googlesamples/tango-examples-java/tree/master/java_mesh_builder_example

Very exciting to see Google start to bring the Java API to parity with C and Unity API for 3D Reconstruction. Improvements like this one from Google Germany making it into the public Java SDK would really stimulate the Tango Java dev community to make compelling apps.
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It just got a whole lot easier to add complex #AI and #deeplearning abilities to intelligent machines. All it takes is NVIDIA JetPack 2.3, available for free download today: http://nvda.ws/2cr5Zs6 #JetsonTX1
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I hope it will  work with the Lenovo Phab2 pro too!
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Sweden is moving to a six-hour working day in a bid to increase productivity and make people happier. Employers across the country have already made the change, according to the Science Alert website, which said the aim was to get more done in a shorter amount of time and ensure people had the energy to enjoy their private lives.
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CEVA claims that the CEVA-XM6 is 25x more efficient and 4x faster in processing for implementations in deep learning than the TX1
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Yes as a general rule, on one side of the efficiency vs complexity tradeoff, fixed-function hardware such as ASICs are extremely efficient & potentially fast but extremely complex to build & use & customize, while CPUs are on the other side, because CPUs are very easy to build & use & customize but are much less efficient or fast. GPUs are closer to CPUs in that you can fairly easily build & use & customize an algorithm on a GPU and it should still have quite good performance & efficiency. Whereas DSPs and FPGAs are much more specialized, they can be more power efficient & faster than GPUs but they are also much harder to use & customize.

If a DSP or FPGA already does exactly what you want, then great, but if you want to change the algorithm slightly or use a new algorithm then they are generally more difficult than GPUs. That's why GPUs have become popular for prototyping or research or implementing the latest algorithms, not because they are the absolute most efficient solution, but because they often have the best tradeoff in speed & power vs difficulty of implementation. If you are spending several man-years developing a complex product, then DSPs, FPGAs and ASICs might be your best choice, whereas if you are trying to build a working prototype in just a few man-months, GPU's and CPUs might be your best choice.
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Google today is announcing that it has open-sourced Show and Tell, a model for automatically generating captions for images.
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Last year, light-field camera startup Lytro pivoted away from their struggling consumer camera business and redirected focus on their new light field VR camera for professionals, dubbing it the Immerge. Now after almost a year since teasing the massive orb-shaped camera rig, Lytro is finally showing footage captured by Immerge for the first time. The …
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Tango is 360 in the sense it can keep track of and render objects outside FOV once they are brought into FOV. The 360 light field camera captures light data giving users some mobility in the scene.
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A new microscope can resolve features deep below the surface of samples. "The new system advances the original super-resolution fluorescence microscopy by incorporating the deformable mirrors into a microscope using two objectives, one above and one below the sample, and introducing a set of new algorithms to pinpoint molecular positions of proteins deep inside cells. The system allows researchers to resolve details far smaller than the wavelength of light."

"The technology was demonstrated by imaging cellular components, including synaptonemal complexes, which link chromosomes together; mitochondria and the endoplasmic reticulum, which are critical for cellular functions; the cilia, which protrude from cells like tiny antennas; and bacteriophages, which are viruses about 50 nanometers in diameter that infect bacteria."
A new ultra-high resolution 'nanoscope' is capable of taking 3-D images of an entire cell and its cellular constituents in unprecedented detail, an advance that could reveal biological phenomena never before seen and bring new medical insights.
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jump from 7600 meters without a parachute :o
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