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Welcome to the Marmota Gallery!
Please feel free to explore the various auto-labelled photos on our site by navigating through the directories below. Our aim is to upload a new photo every day, so if you would like to see your geo-referenced photos here then e-mail them to us. If you don't know how to geo-reference a photo then take a look here.
As well as labelling existing photos, another of our goals is to furnish visitors to mountainous regions with a mobile tool (e.g. a SmartPhone or an UltraMobile PC) which could offer anyone a real-time and detailed knowledge of their surroundings. Although this dream is close, it is not upon us quite yet. However in the meantime, please enjoy the variety of labelled images within this gallery...
One of the goals of the Visual Environmental Monitoring project (codename Marmota) is to furnish visitors to mountainous regions with a mobile tool which can offer them a real-time detailed knowledge of their surroundings. In order to do this we are trying to understand what is being seen through the lens of a camera. The purpose of this gallery is to show the results and the potential of our research. More details about this project can be found reading the web pages here.
The TeV team at Fondazione Bruno Kessler - Information Technology - is actively involved in quality research on Computer Vision, Image Analysis, and visual Pattern Recognition. The main objective is to design and develop innovative techniques in the fields of semantic image labelling and dynamic scene understanding devoted to applicative topics, which mainly concern object detection and recognition, indexing and retrieval by content, multiple target tracking, gesture recognition, traffic monitoring.
Feel free to contact us, we are more than happy to answer any question regarding our projects and technologies. Furthermore if you want to see your own photos labelled and added to our gallery, send us by email your geo-tagged images!
Marmota Gallery written by Claudio Andreatta, inspired by Mike Bobbitt's Album.