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Technology - Sound - Images

Evaluation of perceived quality

Jean-Michel Prima - 24/11/2010

How can you determine, in real time, whether the video or sound experienced by users is good or bad quality without asking them? In Rennes, research conducted by Inria makes it possible to automate the measurement of this perception. This innovation has an immediate application in the telecoms sector, where the start-up Perceptiva Lab will market services incorporating this technology.

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Research - Modelling - Images

Cro-Magnon vs Modern Man

Nathalie Lacaux - 26/01/2011

A multidisciplined team comprised of researchers from Inria, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the French National Museum of Natural History has unveiled for the first time a study on changes in the brain during the evolution of our species, Homo sapiens, over the last 30,000 years.

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Innovation - Embedded systems

Bigimbaz: large-scale image search

Bigimbaz is a search tool for collections of images. Users provide  it with a requested image, and it returns the most similar images from the collection, which can include millions of images. The API can be integrated into any software, particularly a web server, like in the demonstration program.

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IGNSPlanner, a system providing assistance in preparations for neurosurgery

'IGNSPlanner' allows neurosurgeons to prepare for operations using several MRI techniques. The application manages a database of surgery schedules, can be integrated in a hospital information system, processes images and displays the information extracted from them (lesions, cortical grooves, fibres, brain activation areas) in a 3D image. It helps the neurosurgeon to plan his/her operation and anticipate the area to be removed, those that must be avoided and the trajectory that must be followed.

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