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Old 10-29-2009, 09:11 AM   #1
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I have a project that detect and classify any 3D object , and it will be programmed in matlab with using NN tools.

But what is the interest and objective of the project detection and classification of three-dimensional objects ??

Who will get benefit from it?


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Old 10-29-2009, 11:30 PM   #2
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Is that even humanly possibly?
Define "classify" and "detect" any 3D object.
If you mean it sees a toy car and says "that's a toy car". That is almost impossible.. Well.. by the means of detecting all objects.
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when it sees a toy car then says "that's a car" only.

Inputs for this program is for pictures and not video. Initially will be detect and the classification of the 3 objects.

why you say it's impossible
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I think you need to be a little clearer about what you're saying here - when you say detectany 3D object, are you talking about complex structures (like cars, computers, phones etc.) or solids like a cube, sphere and so on? How do you plan to detect them?

Also, is your question about how you'd implement such a thing or about the potential advantages if such a program were to exist? Depending on your answer to that question the results could be quite different
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are you talking about complex structures (like cars, computers, phones etc.) or solids like a cube, sphere and so on?
I'm talking about complex structures , and especially (car, human face, plane)as first step in my project.

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How do you plan to detect them?
I'm thinking about using Haar algorithm .
collect images , simulate it ...


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is your question about how you'd implement such a thing or about the potential advantages if such a program were to exist?
I would like some ideas that could benefit from its application in the world.
For example, benefit to blind, 3D designers , architects.....

I hope to be clear
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I'm talking about complex structures , and especially (car, human face, plane)as first step in my project.
It's going to be rather tricky IMO and I doubt it'll be reliable when you've done it - but in terms of use cases:

- Benefit to the blind is a good one. A program that could reliably, automatically describe an image in human form would be brilliantly useful.
- I fail to see how it'd benefit 3D designers and architects? I'm pretty sure they'd prefer to work with human (and most likely their own) descriptions of images!
- Image searching is the obvious one I can think of if it was done accurately, then searches could be based on the content of the image alone instead of the text around them.
- Filtering out suspicious material from web pages (if this was a reliable and fast algorithm browsers could do it on the fly and suspect images could be blocked rather than maintaining a blacklist of web pages.
- Data mining (automatic categorisation of images in a database and similar)
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