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ERCIM-the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics-aims to foster collaborative work within the European research community and to increase cooperation with European industry.
Research at the California Institute of Technology includes analyzing image sequences, calculating the shape and physical properties of surfaces, and determining position and motion relationships of rigid and deformable bodies in a scene.
Infotech Oulu consists of groups carrying out research in various fields including machine vision. Its purpose is to promote long-term research and training in information technology.
Applied Kinetics develops autocollimators, machine vision, and specialized product-manipulation systems using custom software.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory Machine Vision Group provides NASA with knowledge about automated image interpretation and imaging sensors, high-speed target tracking, passive stereo range imaging, precision landing, and landing hazard avoidance for smart spacecraft.
Sensors and vision
Keyence Sensors Measurement and Vision catalog, a desktop reference for sensors, vision systems, and measuring instruments, can be ordered on-line.
NeatVision is a free Java-based image-analysis and software-development environment that provides access to a range of image-processing algorithms using a graphical interface.
Foveola 2.2 software includes a graphical shape-database management tool, sample shape databases, and a C developer’s toolkit. A free evaluation package is available.
Web site presents the powerful wavelet-based image-compression method called Set Partitioning in Hierarchical Trees (SPIHT), a useful method for progressive transmission of images.
ImageWarp is an image-analysis, processing, and editing software that uses a graphical development environment.