video and multimedia

VIDEO and MULTIMEDIA

Rich Media

Rich Media

Rich media is a term referring to digital, interactive multimedia programs, the newest type of multimedia, most often found online via company Web sites or social networks. Rich media involves a combination of sound, pictures, animations, and video with integrated interactivity so that users, by pointing and clicking, can access online information as they desire. As the use of rich media increases, so do the benefits and complications. More and more companies are making use of rich media as marketing tools and training programs. A successful rich media presentation will be interesting, informative, and easily accessed by any user.

Hyper Media

Hyper Media

HyperMedia, used in online multimedia presentations such as rich media, refers to the hyperlinks embedded in visual media. When a customer or employee clicks on a Web site link to learn more about a subject or choose a certain option, this is an example of hypermedia. HyperMedia is ideal as a tool for allocating information on appropriate levels, giving users knowledge in pertinent pieces.

As more people internationally gain access to hypermedia, companies are beginning to develop multimedia presentations to communicate their visions, opportunities, outsource training, and updates.

Behaviour Analysis

Behaviour Analysis

One of the key analyses of an input video for deriving beneficial applications is behaviour analysis. This allows, for example, achieving traffic flow calculations and classifying of vehicles across a number of lanes in both directions from a single location even in high traffic volumes. The installation of speed cameras that provides relative velocity through digital video by capturing first and last speed for precise average velocity, is expected to reduce controversy.

Accident analysis and identification require 3D image reconstruction system, analysis and modeling of vehicle velocity and path, cross-comparison of traffic signals, signs, and status, and combination with camera for on-site capture and restore. Also, the behavioural analysis leads to smart signalling through, say, pedestrian speed detection.

Gesture Recognition

Gesture Recognition

Gesture is any physical movement for non-verbal interaction which might be planned to exchange a specific message with another person, computer or any other gadget. Gestures can vary from face to hands. Gestures can be performed by either single or both the hands and might be used as controlling conversational, communicative or manipulative hand gestures. Gesture is a type of perceptual computing which allows user to execute commands based on the gestures recognized by the devices they wish to operate.

Video Tracking

Real-Time Video Tracking

Video tracking is the process of locating a moving object (or multiple objects) over time using a camera. It has a variety of applications such as human-computer interaction, security and surveillance, video communication and compression, augmented reality, traffic control, medical imaging and video editing. Video tracking can be a time consuming process due to the amount of data that is contained in video. Adding further to the complexity is the possible need to use object recognition techniques for tracking, a challenging problem in its own right.

WHAT WE DO

    We are keen to use all our knowledge in multimedia analysis to address our customer pain points. Especially, text analysis techniques help to automate the existing workflows to increase the overall productivity and to reduce the overall processing time.