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  1. A deep Learning exercise with TensorFlow Innovation
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    Nick Martens
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    Based on previous experiments with custom object classification & image recognition we came up with the idea to automatically detect beer & soda bottles. So... holding a certain bottle in front of a camera should recognize the brand, no matter from what angle or position the bottle is held. The…

  2. Improve service with emojis and reading between the lines Innovation
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    Peet Sneekes
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    Can we transform visual- and auditive emotional cues into emoji’s? And if so, can we improve your digital experience by reading between the lines? I think so. This is the pitch I send my colleagues to get them to research the subject. Mirabeau constantly researches how digital services can improve the…

  3. A Holosist Proof-of-Concept: supporting engineers with Augmented Reality Innovation
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    Tom Klootwijk
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    At Mirabeau, we keep on track of innovative technology like Augmented Reality(AR) and how it might benefit our customers. Based on insights from human research, we combined user-centered design, image recognition, and AR to come up with the Holosist concept. An innovative Proof-of-Concept that could support maintenance engineers in their…

  4. Our face recognition demo keeps evolving: a Summer update Innovation
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    Hayo Rubingh
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    Earlier this year we wrote about our experiments with Cloud Cognitive Services like text-, speech-, and image recognition. This research has led to a lot of new insights, which will be published in the very near future. A warm welcome to our offices Overwhelmed by the possibilities of modern cloud cognitive services,…

  5. Color your office by using face recognition and IoT Innovation
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    Hasan Bilen
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    Internet-connected devices like the Hue products from Philips are great fun to play with. The light bulbs offer a developer friendly Software Developer Kit (SDK) that you can use to control from your own software. It just takes a few lines of code to turn lights on or off, or…