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wiki:software [2014/04/15 01:50]
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-This page lists research ​and commercial software I (co-)created+Research ​and commercial software I (co-)created:
   * [[wiki:​l3hyperview|L3 Hyperview]],​ a Java+OpenGL userfriendly viewer for gigapixel-class images with smooth pan, zoom, rotation and innovative input interfaces (with [[http://​www.pigei.com/​|Pierluigi Taddei]]). ​ Still used for exhibitions around the world!   * [[wiki:​l3hyperview|L3 Hyperview]],​ a Java+OpenGL userfriendly viewer for gigapixel-class images with smooth pan, zoom, rotation and innovative input interfaces (with [[http://​www.pigei.com/​|Pierluigi Taddei]]). ​ Still used for exhibitions around the world!
   * Visualization software for [[http://​bit.ly/​stackviz | displaying visual markers on microscopy Z-stacks]] ​ (also with [[http://​www.pigei.com/​|Pierluigi Taddei]], who really is an OpenGL master).   * Visualization software for [[http://​bit.ly/​stackviz | displaying visual markers on microscopy Z-stacks]] ​ (also with [[http://​www.pigei.com/​|Pierluigi Taddei]], who really is an OpenGL master).
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 Also, I supervised the implementation of a couple of great pieces of software, namely: Also, I supervised the implementation of a couple of great pieces of software, namely:
-  * A software for [[http://​www.idsia.ch/​~giusti/​perceivingpeople/​|People Detection and Tracking]] from a Kinect sensor mounted on a small robot (works ​great!).  By Armando Pesenti Gritti and Oscar Tarabini (for a master thesis at Politecnico di Milano).+  * A software for [[http://​www.idsia.ch/​~giusti/​perceivingpeople/​|People Detection and Tracking]] from a Kinect sensor mounted on a small robot (works ​perfectly!).  By Armando Pesenti Gritti and Oscar Tarabini (for a master thesis at Politecnico di Milano).
   * A software for drawing comicbook-like speedlines summarizing the motion occuring in videos (from our paper "​[[wiki:​speedlines|Drawing Motion without Understanding It]]", who got a Best Paper Award at ISVC 2009). ​ By Andrea Riva and Marco Uberti (for a master thesis at Politecnico di Milano).   * A software for drawing comicbook-like speedlines summarizing the motion occuring in videos (from our paper "​[[wiki:​speedlines|Drawing Motion without Understanding It]]", who got a Best Paper Award at ISVC 2009). ​ By Andrea Riva and Marco Uberti (for a master thesis at Politecnico di Milano).