Visual Agile Language or Visual AGILExicon© is a collection of icons and pictures that represents most of the Agile/Scrum concepts and activities. Each of these images explains the relevant concept or activity in great clarity. This collection is a great resource for preparing training and process related presentations for both new and experienced teams. Visual AGILExicon© is developed by Kenny Rubin from Innolution. The license to use this collection can be obtained at no cost from Innolution site for using in training and forum presentations. As part of the license agreement, it’s a requirement to include one slide in the presentation that provides appropriate attribution. The collection can be browsed from here.
The goal of a video analytics system or application is to generate insights from an observed video stream. In a video analytics system, a continuous stream of video frames is the input which might be originated from various sources, e.g., web cam, mobile camera, Kinect sensor, security camera, video file etc. The output could be one or more video frames per input frame or some data representing insights or perception of the observed scene. Depending on the application, the output video frames might be annotated. For instance, in a face detection application (typically available in cameras), detected faces are highlighted with rectangle; in an object detection system (surveillance applications), moving objects are highlighted and might be annotated with object class such as person, group, car etc. Continue reading