|Can you tell which item was added to the scene?||How about now?|
Pretty much a no brainer right? Which is good, because that's what we have to work with - a "no brain" computer. This is the next step in the process too.
Tracking is working easily by setting a focus point. But, what should it focus on? What gets our interest ?
One thing which usually gets our visual attention is movement, and this may include something "new" added to the scene.
Now that we have found something exciting and different in the scene, we will want the computer to learn as much as possible regarding this new object.
- What color is it ?
- How big is it ?
- What shape is it ?
- How far away and what direction is it in?
- Have we seen it before ?
- And the all important - "What word(s) can describes it?"
If we can have the computer answer some of these questions then other possible relationship question might be within our grasp.
- What does it do ?
- Where do you find it?
- What parts does it have ?
I plan to try to model the Cortex memory like this. The Cortex has to be designed to be aware of when its moving. This is important since when the camera moves, everything becomes the "foreground"