From Video Games to Facial Recognition, the journey so far

Larry Gardner CEO of CyberExtruder will be talking about how they were able to strategically position themselves to be successful in a competitive facial recognition marketplace.  Their disruptive technologies can recognize a person’s face from 60 degrees from the center of it.  Say hello to my new security system.!!!  These guys are producing some very cool Tech!!!

Come check them out.  We have room for another person to give a quick pitch.  Reach out to me, Michael Liguori, if you are interested.

CyberExtruder is a leader in identity management technology solutions. Known for reconstruction technology that transforms two-dimensional (2D) images to three-dimensional (3D) models, CyberExtruder’s unique solutions have become an important facial recognition resource for the intelligence, security and law enforcement communities. The Company’s software algorithms automatically create 3D meshes of a human head in real-time from one or more unconstrained images.

 In the early 2000’s , CyberExtruder’s 3D technology was renowned in the entertainment and video gaming industries, powering avatars and later, personalized Second Life characters. This legacy of innovation paved the way for Aureus 3D, a software product which improves the matching and identification capabilities of facial recognition systems by taking a subject’s facial image and reconstructing it into a 3D format that factors in varied poses and facial expressions as well as compensating for poor lighting and partial images.

The Company has secured four U.S. Patents for methods to generate a 3D representation from a 2D image, and secured similar patents from the European Patent Organization to extend the company’s intellectual rights protection into EU and Pacific Rim countries. CyberExtruder’s advanced techniques leverage algorithms and software from their initial applications in entertainment and video games to create innovative facial recognition solutions.

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