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    The Computer Vision Digest: Medical

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      Medical Off Topic: Computer Vision Syndrome

    The negative connotation of the term "computer vision". Have a look:
    Unfortunately, for all of the benefits computers provide, there are also some negative consequences involved with computer use. Among these is the effect of computer use on vision. Computer vision syndrome (or CVS) is the commonly used term for vision problems caused by extensive computer use.

      Posted by schestowitzon Wednesday, May 23 @ 07:09:55 BST (2568 reads)
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      Medical Applying Medical Imaging Methods to Anslysis of Cosmic Objects

    Interesting article.
    Astronomers have a new 3-d perspective on the universe thanks to the innovative project AstroMed which uses revised medical imaging software to look at cosmic objects.

      Posted by schestowitzon Thursday, March 29 @ 10:02:44 BST (2778 reads)
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      Medical Computer Vision as a Tool for Expressing Emotion

    There is something special about stories where science helps patients or assists the disabled. The story below is no exception.
    "Cambridge, MA (AHN) -- Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have come up with the Emotional Social Intelligence Prosthetic (ESP), a system which could help people with autism determine others’ emotional status. [...] Wearing tiny video cameras mounted on wire rods extending from their chests, two researchers from MIT demonstrated the Social Intelligence Prosthetic at the Body Sensor Networks 2006 workshop last week."
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      Posted by schestowitzon Friday, April 21 @ 14:00:22 BST (1266 reads)
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      Medical Medical Diagnostic Imaging Set to Grow

    There are encouraging news regarding growth in the medical imaging domain.
    BURBANK, Calif., Jan. 30, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Imaging3(tm), Inc., developer of a breakthrough medical imaging device that produces 3-D medical diagnostic images of virtually any part of the human body in real-time, today reports that a recently released market study sees the medical diagnostic imaging market growing from $6.6 billion to more than $8.2 billion over the next two years. This growth rate of more than 7.6% is being driven by the increase of procedures used for diagnostic imaging.
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      Posted by schestowitzon Tuesday, January 31 @ 02:52:56 GMT (1160 reads)
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      Medical Artificial Retina Powered by Miniscule Batteries

    The following article is more medical than engineering-related. It still pertains to computer vision, but only in a different sense.
    The center will design, model, synthesize, and fabricate nanomedical devices based on natural and synthetic ion transporters -- proteins that control ion motion across the membranes of every living cell.
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      Posted by schestowitzon Tuesday, January 17 @ 15:55:50 GMT (1449 reads)
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