Field testing of 'See-Gait' is now complete and a favourable accuracy report has been obtained. One of the problems with the original system was it was too dependent on the lighting conditions and it was also too slow and could only manage walking speeds. We now have a faster system that will work in the dark and are ready to start field testing.
We now have an even better version of See-View using WebGL; like the DHTML version, this new version operates within modern browsers and does not require any plug-in. Using WebGL allows See-View access to faster 3D rendering capability and is compatible with most desktop web browsers. See-View now works on the latest mobile devices.
We are also working on a motion capture system for tracking lower limb movement, we have completed the proof of concept phase and currently developing the software ready for field testing.
We are delighted to announce the release of a new version of See-View using DHTML; this new release operates within the browser and unlike the original VRML version, does not require any plug-in. See-View DHTML is compatible with all desktop web browsers, although for optimum viewing experience, we suggest using Chrome or Firefox browsers. Enjoy our unique browsing experience here:
See-Fish are pleased to announce that we have recently completed the first commercial license of our See-View software, to iBase Media Services. With an international client base including BBC Heritage Department, Royal Armouries Museum, and the Royal Shakespeare Company, iBase have been in the forefront of image management software development since 1993.
We have been working with iBase Media Services who specialise in digital asset database software and online picture library management systems.
iBase have added a demonstration page that uses See-View to display the results of a keyword search on a small image collection.
A simplified version of See-View is now available for the iPhone/iPod Touch, it allows you to view up to 500 images in sets from a Flickr account or by using a search term, read more
We are close to show casing our new technology on the VADS website.
VADS is the online resource for visual arts. It has provided services to the academic community for 11 years and has built up a considerable portfolio of visual art collections comprising over 100,000 images that are freely available and copyright cleared for use in teaching, learning and research in the UK.
VADS currently provide acces to 40 collections, ideal for browsing using See-View. We are now live on the VADS site and the collections can be viewed on the projects page.
See-Fish have recently taken part in two regional Connect conferences, Newcastle and Leeds. We presented See-View and won a prize for the best presentation.