InSight Software Development Kit (SDK) is an individual face analysis software toolkit which uniquely combines emotion recognition, demographics and eye tracking technologies in one solution. It can track tiny movements of facial muscle in individuals’ face and translate them into universal facial expressions like happiness, surprise, sadness, anger and others. Additionally, the SDK can be calibrated to understand where the user is looking at in the screen, and is also able to measure demographics like age and gender. All this by using a simple camera.
InSight is a cross-platform software toolkit which can work on the most popular desktop and mobile operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android).
Most of us would know exactly what the phrases 'slug bug', 'punch bug' or 'punch beetle' mean. They're normally associated with sudden shrieks and a punch in the arm. I'm talking about that old car game that created hours of fun for any kid on a boring car journey. The object of the game was to be the first to spot a Volkswagen Beetle, call out 'slug bug' and punch the other player in the arm. Using Google Street View Imagery via the Google Maps API, Volkswagen has brought this much-loved, old tradition into the modern digital world. Now anyone, anywhere can play the game without ever having to be in a car.
Open source mapping firm Mapbox has announced new Vision SDK designed to help developers build AR navigation experiences, such as iOS and Android-based heads-up displays, by "bridging the phone, the camera, and the automobile." The Mapbox Vision SDK takes advantage of ARM's Project Trillium AI tech.