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Large Scale Movie Description Challenge AFRL team takes top honors at international Artificial Intelligence competition
As part of an increased commitment to autonomy research, a team from the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base recently entered and won the Large-Scale Movie Description Challenge at the 2017 International Conference on Computer Vision in Venice, Italy.
0 12/05
2017
Dr. Griffin Romigh tests 3-D audio software that spatially separates sound cues to mimic real-life human audio capabilities, Nov. 7, 2014 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The application allows operators in complex communication environments with multiple talking voices to significantly improve voice intelligibility and communication effectiveness. The technology, which consists primarily of software and stereo headphones, has potential low-cost, high-value application for both aviation and ground command and control communication systems. Romigh is a researcher at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Human Effectiveness directorate, Battlespace Acoustics Branch.  (Air Force photo/Richard Eldridge) AFRL 3-D audio research helps to make cockpit safer
The Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness directorate, Battlespace Acoustics Branch, has developed 3-D sound technology that creates a sound environment that mimics the way the human body receives aural cues -- much like 3-D movies create the perception that the viewer is part of the movie.
0 11/09
2014
Default Air Force Logo Online library provides Airmen education, entertainment
Need assistance working on a class project, learning a new language or fixing an engine? Look no further than the online Air Force library, where Air Force library staff work to meet customers' needs. The online Air Force library offers resources such as electronic books, audio books, digital magazines, music, movies and much more.
0 1/09
2014
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