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  1. A Holosist Proof-of-Concept: supporting engineers with Augmented Reality Innovation
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    Tom Klootwijk
    Datum

    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…

  2. Our face recognition demo keeps evolving: a Summer update Innovation
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    Hayo Rubingh
    Datum

    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,…

  3. Color your office by using face recognition and IoT Innovation
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    Hasan Bilen
    Datum

    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…

  4. Real-time face recognition with Cloud AI Services Innovation
    Auteur
    Hayo Rubingh
    Datum

    Mirabeau is currently experimenting with cognitive services like text-, speech-, and image recognition. We believe that AI will have an even bigger impact in our lives than the smartphone revolution has had. This research should lead to real world experience and examples for various AI services. A new experiment shows…

  5. Train your image recognition service Innovation
    Auteur
    Hasan Bilen
    Datum

    In previous blog posts we have taken a look at the capabilities and technical implementation details of various cloud image recognition services. These services using standard classifiers might be incapable of detecting your own objects in new domains. For these domains we have to create a so-called custom classifier in…