The eigenface method, created by researchers at Brown University in the 1980s, is a method of facial recognition, in which a face is analyzed and divided into a percentage of each of perhaps half a dozen averaged human faces of different types. The percentage match to each, creates a unique ?faceprint? that can be used to identify the individual.
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A diagnostic method which traditionally requires a hospital visit, seems to be on its way out into en situ care. Thanks to IT engineers from Washington University in St. Louis, US, a transportable ultrasound imager small enough to fit in the hand, has come into being.
The PhysX SDK and related hardware acceleration is designed as a method for realtime physics calculations, rather than expecting every developer to code from scratch.
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