FVG's current research and development validation efforts focus on Algorithmic Visual Effects (AFX) 2.5D computational vision and speech reconstruction technology, which is based upon affine spaces and computational geometry. AFX has diverse scientific and engineering application. 2.5D refers to a surface which is a projection of a plane into the 3rd dimension. AFX 2.5D models and animations are synthesized from 2D images, including non visual imaging sources (X-Ray, NMR, microwave, as just a few examples) and audio sources.
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Successful ARAD Solving Complex Technical Industrial
Challenges Since The Cold War.
Research and development is a component of innovation and is situated at the front end of the innovation life cycle. It is a crucial factor in nation state survival.
Future Vision Guide (FVG) conducts Advanced Research And Development (ARAD) in science, engineering and technology integrating core competencies.
FVG expertise spans AI, VR, VFX, CV, CGI, GIS, IT, SR, molecular analysis and design, supercomputing, complexity, physics, materials, mathematics, engineering and algorithms. Success in these and other areas of science, technologies and applications is defined by cross disciplinary asymmetric methods to develop solutions to difficult scientific and engineering challenges.
FVG AFX 2.5D Computational Vision And Speech Reconstruction Technology Takes Any Image Or Image Sequence Including Non-Visual Input Electrodynamic Sources And Audio As Data Inputs.
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