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Advanced self-contained object removal for realizing real-time Diminished Reality in unconstrained environments

Jan Herling, Wolfgang Broll
2010 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality  
While Augmented Reality has always been restricted to adding artificial content to the real environment, Diminished Reality allows for removing real world content.  ...  In this paper we present our approach for removing real-world objects from a live video stream of the user's real environment.  ...  In this paper we will present our approach to self-contained real-time object removal from live video streams providing the basis for unconstrained Diminished Reality in arbitrary and dynamic environments  ... 
doi:10.1109/ismar.2010.5643572 dblp:conf/ismar/HerlingB10 fatcat:s4m5a7ekqbbnje62mif2ualdfi

X-Reality Museums: Unifying the Virtual and Real World Towards Realistic Virtual Museums

George Margetis, Konstantinos C. Apostolakis, Stavroula Ntoa, George Papagiannakis, Constantine Stephanidis
2020 Applied Sciences  
The presented work proposes the synthesis of augmented, virtual and mixed reality technologies to provide unified X-Reality experiences in realistic virtual museums, engaging visitors in an interactive  ...  In this context, museums have already embraced new technologies as part of their exhibitions, many of them featuring augmented or virtual reality artifacts.  ...  learning [50, 51] to remove objects from the user's point of view in real-time.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11010338 fatcat:jnhdnrgjhfgbzmomo56ckxab4e

Econometric modelling approaches in studies of the EU dairy sector

Jernej Prišenk, Dino Sabljic, Magdalena Zrakic, Jernej Turk
2015 Indian Journal of Animal Research  
The model is a representation of the genuine situation and contains the most important factor relations, which makes modelling a sophisticated way of analyzing and solving the real case study problems.  ...  The second part describes a decline in dairy commodity prices over the period from 2008 and 2009.  ...  The technology for dairy farm h can be represented by the following function g: [1] whereq ht is a vector containing the quantities of unconstrained and constrained outputs forfarm h at time t, and x ht  ... 
doi:10.18805/ijar.5589 fatcat:pan3umulxfeyhdwcvgoxk3n4bu

A World of Views: A World of Interacting Post-human Intelligences [article]

Viktoras Veitas, David Weinbaum
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Now if we attend to a seemingly adjacent question, what would a machine with such capacity for intelligence be like?  ...  Considering this, how can we possibly aspire to have a grasp of something a thousand times more intelligent than us?  ...  Thus for the first time since his creation man will be faced with his real, his permanent problem, how to use his freedom from pressing economic cares [...]  ... 
arXiv:1410.6915v1 fatcat:3flzrtywbrbkpcg6cybhayyfwa

Emerging display technologies - new systems and applications: from images to sensing, interaction and enhancement

2005 IEEE Proceedings. VR 2005. Virtual Reality, 2005.  
The only difference is that the connection jack that was to have been implanted in the back of our skulls is in fact turning out to be our collections of display and interface devices.  ...  As our culture and society become increasingly enveloped by computational technologies, we are quietly entering the world of a continuous cyberspace as real as that predicted by science fiction writers  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to especially thank Chris Ashworth for his early contributions in prototyping many of the ideas in this paper, and to our research colleagues Greg Welch and Marc  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2005.1492818 fatcat:cjrhq3hrlrgxvdh2jqw3gcblay

Boundaries, Governance and the International Order

Sai Felicia Krishina-Hensel
2018 Revista de Estudos e Pesquisas Avançadas do Terceiro Setor  
Historically, advances in transportation, scientific breakthroughs, and their military applications have profoundly influenced the ability of states to project power and have had an impact on political  ...  The analysis explores the influence of technology on the international system in the modern age, leading up to the unique challenges of the contemporary world.  ...  Humans have undoubtedly been a transformative force for ages through their mastery of the environment by realizing the potential of fire, the wheel, tools, and other technological inventions.  ... 
doi:10.31501/repats.v1i1.9931 fatcat:qd7q5cj7c5g6jl6mvcewfzfsoy

Appropriating (life‐) history through autobiographical writing: André Gorz'sThe Traitor,a dialectical inquiry into the self

Michael Mundhenk
1985 Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism  
time are also the wounds that contain the poison.  ...  What Gorz does not know for the longest time and oniy realizes toward the end of his autobiographical account of his "passage" is that his striving for objective knowledge and the supremacy of the universal  ... 
doi:10.1080/01440358508586244 fatcat:xfnar5lb4ng63nyjhibdegqrya

Anti-Obesity Drugs: A Review about Their Effects and Safety

Jun Goo Kang, Cheol-Young Park
2012 Diabetes & Metabolism Journal  
for a new ethics of health which understands and augments the real complexity and irreducibility of life.  ...  In this paper, I argue that such polarized positions are not a sign of healthy dialectic, but a sign of an increasingly fragmented and reductionist obesity research field.  ...  Arran Gare in his paper titled, The Primordial Role of Stories in Human Self-Creation, reveals further damage done by the Moderate Enlightenment, this time on narrative through the exclusion of time and  ... 
doi:10.4093/dmj.2012.36.1.13 pmid:22363917 pmcid:PMC3283822 fatcat:u5rxcmzuv5duncozh74a6m5n5a

The Consciousness of Reality [chapter]

James B. Glattfelder
2019 Zum Performativen des frühen Dialogs  
The well-served and previously glorious materialistic and reductionistic scientific worldview is yielding to a novel scientific conception of subjective consciousness and objective reality-and their unexpected  ...  In attempts to bridge the chasm between the objective and subjective, scientists and philosophers have opened up to the unspeakable.  ...  In this view, the essential reality of nature is not separate, self-contained, and complete in itself, so that the human mind can examine it "objectively" and register it from without.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-03633-1_14 fatcat:awpoioaka5bxlnymvvhnfx22ka

The Place of Architectural Factors in Behavioral Theories of Privacy [chapter]

2016 Directions in Person-Environment Research and Practice (Routledge Revivals)  
One way to regulate the use of information about oneself in advance is by preparation: the strategic placement of self-serving trace information.  ...  this knowledge in the interest of realizing more effective human environments.  ...  creating opportunities for students to learn research methods and apply them to real issues in the field.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315542553-10 fatcat:24gkqs3sdzec3f5bdylsefvclu

LookOut: Diverse Multi-Future Prediction and Planning for Self-Driving [article]

Alexander Cui, Sergio Casas, Abbas Sadat, Renjie Liao, Raquel Urtasun
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Unlike previous work in diverse motion forecasting, our diversity objective explicitly rewards sampling future scenarios that require distinct reactions from the self-driving vehicle for improved safety  ...  a set of contingency plans over these future realizations.  ...  Closed-loop simulator: We use a simulated LiDAR environment [26] for closed-loop experiments where we evaluate the quality of our end-to-end driving model, recreated from real static environments and  ... 
arXiv:2101.06547v3 fatcat:gmgk2i2ghrf7lojthkl2pw5gzq

The hard problem and the measurement problem: a no-go theorem and potential consequences [article]

Igor Salom
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We argue not only that such a relation exists, but that it also bears strong implications both for the interpretations of quantum mechanics and for our understanding of consciousness.  ...  contemporary science in general.  ...  The second class on which we focus covers the interpretations that hold that the collapse postulate is unnecessary and can be removed, without ascribing, as a replacement, objective reality to anything  ... 
arXiv:2001.03143v1 fatcat:gte3aqpohzfz3e5m5rtybe37wu

Skunkworks in the Embers of the Cedar Fire: Enhancing Resilience in the Aftermath of Disaster

Bruce Evan Goldstein
2007 Human Ecology (New York, N.Y.)  
Accept that reality."  ...  of unconstrained individual freedom.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10745-007-9133-6 fatcat:ofb3iinvjvdcjjefbywgzidfke

Subjective Consciousness: What am I? [chapter]

James B. Glattfelder
2019 Zum Performativen des frühen Dialogs  
In this very moment your eyes are scanning these words and your mind is creating understanding of and context for the contents utilizing memory.  ...  The sense of self is a result of a complex cognitive effort. The role of our consciousness is to narrate and rationalize the decisions emerging from the subconscious brain, in retrospect.  ...  In other words, the mind incorporated an artificial object into its self-model and discarded a real part of its own body.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-03633-1_11 fatcat:eth62nossfalzoflxywrqu4p6i

Bioinspired Computing: Swarm Intelligence [chapter]

Mariette Awad, Rahul Khanna
2015 Efficient Learning Machines  
Brains exist because the distribution of resources necessary for survival and the hazards that threaten survival vary in space and time. -John M.  ...  , self-organization, and self-learning.  ...  Therefore, networks should have capability to self-organize and self-heal in real time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4302-5990-9_6 fatcat:rqtiukwmu5epzcvjwp6czhmgx4
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