Here's a portrait I did of Thalmic's Chris Goodine holding my
guncamera in front of the mirror at FITC Wearables:
(click for more from this series)
Here's the pool at the hotel that's nearest to Meta-View (Oak Motel), as viewed through the Meta
(Click for higher-resolution .gif animation and high resolution still)
Here's the same 3D AR "sightfield" rendered from a different
viewing angle the next day (leftmost as viewed in
real life, and rightmost, as viewed through the 3D AR
(Click for more of the hotel pool and also HP Labs, Stanford Villa Apartments, etc.)
Here's a published paper on this work: IEEE GEM 2014, October 22-24, 2014, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
See also: Janzen and Mann, IEEE CCECE, 2014, and IEEE CVPR, Mann, (Keynote).
Surveillance camera in the alley at Oak Motel,
as viewed through Spaceglasses:
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
Beach trip with Raymond Lo (CTO of Meta):
here is a link to more pictures from beach trip
San Francisco Airport (car rental area):
Veillometric abakography with reflections in hotel mirror:
I bought a new Samsung surveillance camera at Fry's Electronics, and here's
some veillometrics with it, as the camera's sitting on the desk pointing upwards:
Live demonstrations at CVPR 2014, including
Surveilluminescent Smart Dust:
Self portrait with Spaceglasses (Meta Pro):
Veilluminescence in game play:
I gave the Keynote Address at IEEE GEM 2014,
where I presented the "GunCamera" abakographic
Selfie I took with confernce chair Nahun Gershon:
Raymond Lo, CTO of Meta (makers of
challenging Christina to a game:
Jesse Rodgers visit to EA302, tues. 2014oct28:
Neil Mathew (quadcopter company) visit to EA302:
Ajay Agrawal visit to EA302, wed. 2014oct29:
Still frames: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Composite
Invited lecture to CSC428, 2014nov05, BA2175.
Invited lecture to MIE344, 2014nov05, WB119.
Joshua Gans, Cheif Economist, Rotman CDL, where I'm Chief Scientist.
KC Smith visiting the Inventrepreneurship Lab, fr2014dec12:
(click for high resolultion gif); links to frames: 0; 1; 2; 3.
Shane Gu visit 2014dec15.
Some jpeg versions of the above pictures: Left: 9 B Right: 11, and 13
Visualizing computer vision, including low pixel-count imaging sensors like the
128 or 1024 pixel sensor arrays used for automatic flush fixtures:
ACM TEI 2015 conference at Stanford University
Steve Mann, Chief Scientist, Meta-view