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Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Hyperlayer for Computer Vision

Just brought to my attention.   I noticed because of the applications to human behavior analysis in retail.  And seeing that Herb Sorensen is an adviser. They include some of his book illustrations at about retail sensing at the site.

" ... Our mission is to enable every computer to see what we see, comprehend as we do, and have the intelligence to alert us in real-time on what’s important.

Hyperlayer was founded in 2013 out of the historic Haseltine Building in Portland, OR. Our team was founded on the idea that the data locked away in images and videos is nearly infinite, and that next-generation devices will be thinking how we think, by seeing what we see. Hyperlayer offers a computer vision and facial recognition API, along with custom services for a wide array of industries, including security, retail, and conservation. ... " 

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