MIT’s Eulerian Video Magnification Software Reveals Color Cha

By: Romina S. Cortellucci - Published: • References: people.csail.mit.edu & theverge
The Eulerian Video Magnification is the future of health care. The video software was developed by Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are presenting their latest invention at this summer’s computer-graphics conference Siggraph.

The software detects the slightest variations, and has the capability to detect a pulsating wrist and even blood flow in a color-changing face. As it is shown in the video, the original and amplified versions of frames are placed side-by-side, showing the amplification of the subtle variations that are imperceptible to the naked eye.

This new technology creates the possibility for “contactless monitoring,” that would not only be great for patients, but a great way to track babies' health as well. The Eulerian Video Magnification provides an incredible leap in technology, however there is currently no indication of when it will be available. Stats for Pulse-Finding Video Technology Trending: Older & Chilly
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