posted on Aug, 15 2014 @ 05:07 PM
a reply to: Soylent Green Is People
What other vibrations are you talking about? When you say target voice and vibrations unique to the target voice, WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE YOU TALKING
WHO SAID ANYTHING ABOUT VIBRATIONS UNIQUE TO A TARGET VOICE??? WHAT ARE VIBRATIONS FROM A TARGET VOICE????
All of the sound around an object causes a vibration to occur and these small vibrations recreate the sound through visual data.
This is why I keep asking you and others to stop blathering on and on and actually quote from the article or PDF the parts to support your silly
The vibrations that are less than 100th of a pixel are picked up through visual data.
“When sound hits an object, it causes the object to vibrate,” says Abe Davis, a graduate student in electrical engineering and computer
science at MIT and first author on the new paper. “The motion of this vibration creates a very subtle visual signal that’s usually invisible to
the naked eye. People didn’t realize that this information was there.”
Nobody is talking about unique voice vibrations. Where do you get this nonsense?? When people are talking and say a car passes by, all of things cause
the object to vibrate. This is sound that hits the object. The motion of this vibration creates a very subtle visual signal less than 100th of a
pixel. This is why they have to first capture this signal through successive frames.
That technique passes successive frames of video through a battery of image filters, which are used to measure fluctuations, such as the changing
color values at boundaries, at several different orientations — say, horizontal, vertical, and diagonal — and several different scales.
The researchers developed an algorithm that combines the output of the filters to infer the motions of an object as a whole when it’s struck by
sound waves. Different edges of the object may be moving in different directions, so the algorithm first aligns all the measurements so that they
won’t cancel each other out. And it gives greater weight to measurements made at very distinct edges — clear boundaries between different color
First they run the successive images through an image filter. This is why you get better quality when you go from 60 to say 5,000 fps. This magnifies
the visual data such as changing colors at the boundaries, different orientations and different scales.
Why is this important? The algorithm then picks up these distinctions and recreates sound.
THERE ARE NO UNIQUE VOICE VIBRATIONS! WHO HAS TALKED ABOUT VOICE VIBRATIONS BEING UNIQUE ENOUGH???
Other sources besides the target voice would impart vibrations on the chip bag or plant. Those other sources would impart vibrations that are
100th of a pixel -- just like the voice vibrations. Those other sources would impart vibrations that are only visible with the high speed camera --
just like the voice vibrations...
What do you mean target voice? Of course other SOUNDS would cause the chips to vibrate. Who said that they wouldn't?