MIT Media Lab Object-Based Media

The MIT Media Lab Object-Based Media Group, led by V. Michael Bove, Jr., explores the creative and technological applications and implications of audio and video communication systems, in which intelligent processes "understand" the inputs, producing a scene description in terms of constituent objects and metadata. They also develop new hardware and software architectures for collaborating ecosystems of smart input and output devices, and novel display technologies, particularly 3-D. Students should have backgrounds in signal processing, machine vision, computer graphics, electro-optics, user interface, television production or post-production, and/or real-time programming.

External links

* [http://www.media.mit.edu/~vmb/obmg.html Object-Based Media Group Webpage]


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