Category: Past Projects

AQT: Accelerated X-Ray calculations

ReliaSolve worked with Applied Quantum Technologies on a brief project from March-May 2016 to accelerate maximum-likelihood calculations to solve for the objects causing a specific pattern due to Bragg scattering in prototype X-ray screening machines for airport baggage. The original OpenCV-based calculations were several orders of magnitude too slow to be useful in the field.  Through the […]

“Latent” Arduino-based latency tester

The ReliaSolve Github page hosts an open-source Arduino-based latency tester project, Latent.  It includes build instructions, Arduino code, and CMake-buildable projects to estimate the input-device latency and motion-to-photon latency for a VR application. It also includes a CMake-buildable project to estimate the rendering latency (render command to photon) using the Sensics/OSVR RenderManager rendering system. Latent […]

Visual Common Ground

Reliasolve started working with Dr. Robin Murphy, the director of the Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue at Texas A&M University, in June 2015 to develop a Visual Common Ground environment to display 3D terrain models reconstructed from drone fly-overs to provide a space for disaster responders to discuss and plan. The initial goals of this project are: (1) […]

AQT: Ultra-high-resolution video

ReliaSolve became a subcontractor to  Applied Quantum Technologies on a DARPA contract to develop live streaming to multiple observers from their 250-megapixel and higher-resolution cameras.  These cameras have 32 or more microcrameras, each with 1080p or higher resolution, streaming continuously to an ingest cluster.  Multiple clients, each with a 1080p video stream, can pan and zoom in […]

Sensics: Open-Source Virtual Reality

ReliaSolve worked with Sensics on the OSVR project starting in September 2014. This open-source software and open-hardware project the adoption of VR. ReliaSolve worked on the low-latency rendering, device-control, video-based-tracking, predictive tracking, and lens distortion correction subprojects within OSVR.  It also performed latency testing using a custom-built hardware latency tester capable of detecting differences between […]

Aqueti: Multi-camera systems

ReliaSolve started working with Aqueti in July 2014 to help them develop multi-camera systems for sporting events. The image below shows one frame from a 36Q imaging array (this instance had 32 pan/tilt/zoom cameras mounted around a boxing ring).  Click on the image to download a loopable video file showing all 32 views.  The system can produce live video while […]

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