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We are going to develop a new animated video on the CE and this time the target is the food industry. Please share any reference or interested party.
Just as a reminder, this is the sort of video productions we made so far. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBnnERfX7nQPP3usECG2ve2vpczk__Zub
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Yes Dave, we are not trying to sell videos here! I am after a content-partner. A well established organization with wide knowledge in the industry, who is interested in helping out to create a dense text of 800-1,000 words for our video. To give you an example, this would have been a good partner for us to have https://circulareconomy.fooddrinkeurope.eu/ Does your company have this sort of comprehensive understanding of CE in food?
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The data is taken by cameras carried by dogs involved in rescue operations, so the images present:
- Lots of motion due to the camera being attached to the dog's vest (and the dog running, jumping).
- All possible image artifacts: Blur, illumination changes, dust, water in the lense...
I understand it is going to be difficult to obtain "smooth" video, but any improvement in the images will be most welcome.
Thanks !
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here's some simple opencv c++ code for video stabilization based on trajectory smoothing (plus kalman tracking)
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I would like to find a method for that.
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I think that for the purposes of the question, you'd be better off reading the credits directly from a database and cross-referencing them with internet data on the persons' ethnicity/age/etc with respect to whatever your diversity metric is. for the purposes of the tag lines, there are some excellent ethnic/sex based feature sets described in on-line graphic arts and fashion industry pages. these provide concise descriptions of features associated with the sex of major ethnicities, as well as age. you could translate that to a facial feature recognition and just scan frames of your video files. I remember answering a similar question on ethnic facial recognition... its in the RG feed somewhere.
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Am reviewing how some artist in Ghana use matchmoving in their productions.
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Thanks a lot.
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I just want to know the technique followed by researchers which will enable to capture the top view high speed video of a drop impacting normal to the non-transparent surface. I just cannot place the camera right on top of the surface because the needle comes in the way!!
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Sorry - I've been offline some days due to 'real-world duties'.
The youtube-link given shows an off-angle sequence. I've seen a lot of them - nothing unusual. But when viewing the film, I found another film in the video-list:
Her you can observe a number of perfect top views. This video did not really give the trick away, but digging a bit deeper via the link given brought the following page:
On the right side you find links to a short experiment description (not exactly describing how to set up the top view) plus 2 .wmv files. Viewing the highres variant in slow motion gives the impression that in the case of the top views the drop was 'shot' slightly off-vertical (from left side) onto the target. 'short' as it has to have been a ballistic curve. This is one of the 'number of techniques' I stated in my 1st answer :)
Have both fun viewing the top views - really great work!
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Hello,
I am working on some outreach videos for high school level education. In this first video we discuss the production of adipic acid from conventional feedstocks and then from biomass feedstocks. In this video I would like to show a 3D model of the condensation reaction between adipic acid and hexamethylenediamine, however, such computer heavy things are not my forte. There currently exists a video on youtube in which the condensation reaction is shown, but it only shows it at one location. To drive home the point that this process produces polymers instead of just dimers I would like to show condensations reaction at both functionalities on each molecule. I see that Spartan can do the video, but as I recall from my undergraduate work the software is not that simple for a computer lunk like me...and I don't have access to it. A friend recommends PyMol, but I don't see any examples on their youtube page where they actually make a 3D model of any reaction (mostly modeling of macromolecules). Does anyone know of a good software that is relatively user friendly (and preferrably free) that I could use to make this 3D reaction video? Or...if I may be so bold, would anyone be willing to simply prepare a video for me? If you choose the latter, then you will most certainly be acknowledged in the credits and have a nice addition to your resume that may help on obtaining new grant money.
Jack
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Dear jack
i would use 3DS max, simply modelling the reaction, possibly using some Physx. I'm in the same position as your students in that I don't understand the reaction. For an expert like myself it would probably take 2 hours to a day depending on quality.  I couldn't do it for free.
i would recommend finding a computer animation or special effects student at your university .It might take a bit longer, but it will probably be free, and better still you can build a co-operation relationship for future projects .