March for climate change on 21.09.14 and - part of global video pitch to the UN Delegation on 23.0914 https://www.facebook.com/events/379432645537166/

March for climate change on 21.09.14 and - part of global video pitch to the UN Delegation on 23.0914 https://www.facebook.com/events/379432645537166/

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Most of the money raised on Kickstarter-type sites so far has been for private entrepreneurial ideas, like solar roads and smart eye-masks. But that’s not to say there isn’t potential. Sites like Neighbor.ly and Citizinvestor have shown they can raise funds for parks, libraries, and other important urban features—albeit in relatively small amounts.
Are Cities Ready To Host Their Own Crowdfunding Platforms? | Co.Exist | ideas impact
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Czech photographer Dita Pepe re-imagines her life in family portraits with dozens of different partners (via Feature Shoot)

Czech photographer Dita Pepe re-imagines her life in family portraits with dozens of different partners (via Feature Shoot)

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The world’s first emotion detection app has been launched for Google Glass. It can scan for people’s basic emotions as well as gender and age. Says privacy is important. Ah…yeah. It won’t be that way for long.

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Fraunhofer IIS presents world’s first emotion detection app on Google Glass

The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS has adapted its SHORE™ real-time face detection and analysis software to work with Google Glass:

Fraunhofer IIS presents a real-time* face tracker on Google Glass that can read people’s emotions. At the same time it also estimates age and gender of persons in front of Glass’ camera. Privacy is important: everything happens inside Glass – no image leaves the device. Detection is anonymous – no facial recognition. The app is based on SHORE, Fraunhofer’s proprietary software library for real-time facial detection and analysis. Emotion analysis on wearable devices has endless applications. E.g. it can be used in aids for people suffering from ASD (autism spectrum disorders) or for visually impaired.

(* low frame rate shown in the video is due to a bottleneck in the technique used to mirror Glass’ display on a computer monitor.)

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