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Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video

 
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Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video
A 30-second video of a newborn baby shows the infant silently snoozing in its crib, his breathing barely perceptible. But when the video is run through an algorithm that can amplify both movement and color, the baby’s face blinks crimson with each tiny heartbeat.

The amplification process is called Eulerian Video Magnification, and is the brainchild of a team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Read more [link to bits.blogs.nytimes.com]
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Wonder what would happen
if applied to 911 video?

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Nice catch OP.

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Wonder what would happen
if applied to 911 video?

scratching

Nice one OP!
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wow good idea. my guess it would enlarge the small demolition explosion plumes leaving the sides of the tower in the moment it falls.
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Brilliant! It could be used to detect synthetic imposters or "replicants" as they were called in Blade Runner.
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Imagine what porn would be like :)
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Imagine what porn would be like :)
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Midget porn?
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Imagine what porn would be like :)
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omg, that is a good idea! Another one (though not as funny) is a heart attack victim. I bet the flutter of a failing heart could be seen.

This could replace the heart monitors plastered to a patients chest in the ICU/ER.



I just realized we could monitor heart beat rhythms from recorded video. POLITICIANS, WATCH OUT.

We could also use it to detect robotic human infiltrators.
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cool... I wonder if it will instantly detect reptilians and other humanoid impostors.
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Very cool

Nice find OP!

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Imagine what porn would be like :)
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Midget porn?
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Re: Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video
A 30-second video of a newborn baby shows the infant silently snoozing in its crib, his breathing barely perceptible. But when the video is run through an algorithm that can amplify both movement and color, the baby’s face blinks crimson with each tiny heartbeat.

The amplification process is called Eulerian Video Magnification, and is the brainchild of a team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Read more [link to bits.blogs.nytimes.com]
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This is the single greatest thread I have read on glp in over a year. This is super pin material.
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cool... I wonder if it will instantly detect reptilians and other humanoid impostors.
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There must be people or animals that have the ability to do this with their own eyes and brain, naturally and/or chemically.

Ever been in a very high-stress situation where it feels like every object in your field of vision seems to be captured and analyzed intensely while you determine your next move?

Weird and too cool.
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Re: Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video
A 30-second video of a newborn baby shows the infant silently snoozing in its crib, his breathing barely perceptible. But when the video is run through an algorithm that can amplify both movement and color, the baby’s face blinks crimson with each tiny heartbeat.

The amplification process is called Eulerian Video Magnification, and is the brainchild of a team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Read more [link to bits.blogs.nytimes.com]
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Question OP. It mentions how we could use the code? How could average people utilize this "code"? Is there a program to use this code with, how does it work?
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Re: Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video
A 30-second video of a newborn baby shows the infant silently snoozing in its crib, his breathing barely perceptible. But when the video is run through an algorithm that can amplify both movement and color, the baby’s face blinks crimson with each tiny heartbeat.

The amplification process is called Eulerian Video Magnification, and is the brainchild of a team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Read more [link to bits.blogs.nytimes.com]
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nice find, OP! and MIT is giving away the code, very nice.
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Wonder what would happen
if applied to 911 video?

scratching

Nice one OP!
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THIS!

only time will tell.......
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Here are some YT vids:


OP's vid:






And lastly....



This last vid contains the link to the EVM website [link to people.csail.mit.edu] for downloading/using their code..... geeks will have fun I guess ;)
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website isn't working right now, just tried to upload a Gene Rosen video, conversion failed
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Re: Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video
A 30-second video of a newborn baby shows the infant silently snoozing in its crib, his breathing barely perceptible. But when the video is run through an algorithm that can amplify both movement and color, the baby’s face blinks crimson with each tiny heartbeat.

The amplification process is called Eulerian Video Magnification, and is the brainchild of a team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Read more [link to bits.blogs.nytimes.com]
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Well whoopy fucking doo.
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Nice, could be used to reveal so many things!
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Re: Scientists Uncover Invisible Motion in Video
A 30-second video of a newborn baby shows the infant silently snoozing in its crib, his breathing barely perceptible. But when the video is run through an algorithm that can amplify both movement and color, the baby’s face blinks crimson with each tiny heartbeat.

The amplification process is called Eulerian Video Magnification, and is the brainchild of a team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Read more [link to bits.blogs.nytimes.com]
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the implications i can think of from the top of my head are profound.

this technology is amazing.
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Imagine what porn would be like :)
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Midget porn?
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Whatever you're in to...Geriatric German grandmas spanking Spanish men, whatever floats your boat I don't care.
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or fat sweaty women squishing weedy fellas?

now post the pic....
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Imagine what porn would be like :)
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Midget porn?
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Whatever you're in to...Geriatric German grandmas spanking Spanish men, whatever floats your boat I don't care.
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You fucking douche.
Quit listening to Bob and Tom.

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Thats what people look like on pclisybin!!!

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