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Mobile Real-time Video Segmentation

Video segmentation is a widely used technique that enables movie directors and video content creators to separate the foreground of a scene from the background, and treat them as two different visual layers. By modifying or replacing the background, creators can convey a particular mood, transport themselves to a fun location or enhance the impact of the message. However, this operation has traditionally been performed as a time-consuming manual process (e.g. an artist rotoscoping every frame) or requires a studio environment with a green screen for real-time background removal (a technique referred to as chroma keying). In order to enable users to create this effect live in the viewfinder, we designed a new technique that is suitable for mobile phones.

Source: ai.googleblog.com/2018/03/mobile-real-time-video-segmentation.html

Mobile Real-time Video Segmentation

Himawari-8 Real-time Web – NICT

The Himawari-8 Real-time Web is an application via big-data technologies developed by the NICT Science Cloud project in NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology), Japan. Development is in collaboration with JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency) and CEReS (Center of Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University).

Source: himawari8.nict.go.jp/

Himawari-8 Real-time Web – NICT