Bundle adjustment is the term for refining 3D co-ordinates of parts of a 3D model on the fly, so as to reduce the possibility for reprojection error. It is essentially a set of criteria that are applied to the model, the camera position, and the scene filters, just prior to the actual frame render.
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Surprisingly, whilst a great deal has been written about device implantation and adjustment, very little has been penned about how these patients should be dealt with, post operation, in living with their prosthesis. That gap is where this tome comes in. It tries to fill the void gap by providing an in-depth analysis of practices for managing patients from a slew of case studies from experts around the globe. Helping to show what works and what does not.
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Sensational Success in patients with major depression - Small Study on Pacemaker Type Neuroprosthetics
For the first time, physicians from the Bonn University Hospital have stimulated patients' medial forebrain bundles
Researchers from the Bonn University Hospital implanted pacemaker electrodes into the medial forebrain bundl...
Using a consumer digital camera with a small bundle of fiber-optic cables attached, Rice University biomedical engineers and researchers from the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center have created an inexpensive device that is pow...
Doctors in Germany have successfully implanted the world's smallest artificial heart pump, billed as more effective and unobtrusive than earlier devices, a hospital said Monday.
The first recipient, a 50-year-old woman, rece...
Ever worried that your eyesight isn't good enough to read your cellphone's screen? As it turns out, it could prove the ideal device for conducting eye tests.
That's the idea of Ramesh Raskar of the Camera Culture group at ...
New research reveals the brain activity that underlies our tendency to "follow the crowd." The study, published by Cell Press in the January 15th issue of the journal Neuron, provides intriguing insight into how human behavior can be guid...