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 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system killabyte11-Oct-11 1:10 killabyte 11-Oct-11 1:10
 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system mikemar18-Oct-11 13:35 mikemar 18-Oct-11 13:35
 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system mikemar18-Oct-11 16:43 mikemar 18-Oct-11 16:43
 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system mikemar19-Oct-11 18:49 mikemar 19-Oct-11 18:49
 BCDXBOX360 wrote:my system also implements a knowledge transfer technique for one-short learning (this reduces training sets as the system learns more and more things, just like humans!) and animals/humans can see effectively with a single eye proving that depth adds very little information(maybe little enough to be ignored for now) Actually its been found that if a person is born blind in one eye they never develop proper depth perception. The reason you and I can see in 3D if we cover an eye is because as children we learned other ques for judging depth. However, we needed 2 eyes to learn these ques because without them we have very little information to accurately gauge where an object is at and thus know how other ques corresponds to a particular location. I would say this; I don't know of any animal that has only 1 eye so I think depth perception must be important and parallax shift or I think the proper term is stereopsis is important. PS If you were the person who downvoted me I'm not trying to be critical or discourage you, I just enjoy debating these topics with people of similar interest and hearing their opinions.
 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system mikemar20-Oct-11 16:58 mikemar 20-Oct-11 16:58
 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system YvesDaoust19-Oct-11 3:37 YvesDaoust 19-Oct-11 3:37
 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system mikemar19-Oct-11 19:03 mikemar 19-Oct-11 19:03
 Re: state-of-the art computer/machine vision system BillWoodruff22-Oct-11 14:33 BillWoodruff 22-Oct-11 14:33