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Wherever humans communicate using the medium of speech, whether amongst themselves or to computers, we use engineering expertise to manipulate, enhance, or fix the speech. A recurring theme in this research is that speech is bimodal in nature. By exploiting both audio and visual cues, we can improve machine understanding of speech. We have ongoing projects in:

  • Enhancing speech intelligibility for digital heading aids and hearing-impaired listeners
  • Assessing speech quality in internet-based communication
  • Speaker verification for biometrics, and the impact of vocal ageing on biometric systems
  • Audio-visual speech recognition
  • Recognising emotion from speech
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Robust Speaker Verification

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Human Speech Communication

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Content Aware media Processing

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Information Retrieval

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We are currently working on the EU project i3dpost, a collaboration between TCD, uni Surrey, Uni Thessonaliki and Buf (a post production house in France), QuanticDream (Paris based games developer). The idea is to exploit multiview film recording for new post-production techniques and more robust editing tools.

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We have just finished working on the EU project i3dpost, a collaboration between TCD, uni Surrey, Uni Thessonaliki and Buf (a post production house in France), QuanticDream (Paris based games developer). The idea is to exploit multiview film recording for new post-production techniques and more robust editing tools.

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Digital Cinema

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Video over Wireless

Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

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We are currently working on the EU project Luca

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We are currently working on the EU project Luca

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Content-Aware Video Stylization

CVMP'09 Videos

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#Content-Aware Video Stylization

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration (AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE) and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology (in collaboration with The Foundry) is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration (AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE) and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology (in collaboration with The Foundry) is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

We are currently working on the EU project i3dpost, a collaboration between TCD, uni Surrey, Uni Thessonaliki and Buf (a post production house in France), QuanticDream (Paris based games developer). The idea is to exploit multiview film recording for new post-production techniques and more robust editing tools.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration (AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE) and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology (in collaboration with The Foundry) is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration (AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE) and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology (in collaboration with The Foundry) is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration (AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE) and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology (in collaboration with The Foundry) is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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We have been involved with projects in Information Retrieval since 1999. We coordinated MOUMIR and worked on Enterprise Ireland projects involving the automated creation of summaries for sports video: snooker, tennis, cricket. We have also established a unique connection with the Dept. of Psychology regarding the diagnosis of Dyslexia using new video retrieval and motion analysis technology ]. Our ethos in the development of retrieval technology has been that "retrieval is not a science until the user context is properly acknowledged". To this end we are involved with an ongoing collaboration with the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, to exploit retrieval technology in reducing the infrastructure required for Distance Learning. Projects involving retrieval for parsing of video from sports coaching sessions are also underway in this collaboration. Recently we have started work with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland to assist with automated editing and enhancement of video from anatomy practicals.

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We have been involved with projects in Information Retrieval since 1999. We coordinated MOUMIR and worked on Enterprise Ireland projects involving the automated creation of summaries for sports video: snooker, tennis, cricket. We have also established a unique connection with the Dept. of Psychology regarding the diagnosis of Dyslexia using new video retrieval and motion analysis technology ]. Our ethos in the development of retrieval technology has been that "retrieval is not a science until the user context is properly acknowledged". To this end we are involved with an ongoing collaboration with the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, to exploit retrieval technology in reducing the infrastructure required for Distance Learning. Projects involving retrieval for parsing of video from sports coaching sessions are also underway in this collaboration. Recently we have started work with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland to assist with automated editing and enhancement of video from anatomy practicals.

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Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

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Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

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In the *Digital Cinema* stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration (AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE) and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology (in collaboration with The Foundry) is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration (AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE) and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology (in collaboration with The Foundry) is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration [ AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE ] and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology [in collaboration with The Foundry] is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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Digital Cinema

In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration , BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE] and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology [in collaboration with The Foundry] is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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==Information Retrieval==

We have been involved with projects in Information Retrieval since 1999. We coordinated [http://www.moumir.org MOUMIR] and worked on Enterprise Ireland projects involving the automated creation of summaries for sports video: snooker, tennis, cricket. We have also established a unique connection with the Dept. of Psychology regarding the diagnosis of Dyslexia using new video retrieval and motion analysis technology http://www.dysvideo.org DYSVIDEO. Our ethos in the development of retrieval technology has been that <cite>"retrieval is not a science until the user context is properly acknowledged"</cite>. To this end we are involved with an ongoing collaboration with the [http://www.eng.uwi.tt/depts/elec/index.html University of the West Indies], Trinidad and Tobago, to exploit retrieval technology in reducing the infrastructure required for Distance Learning. Projects involving retrieval for parsing of video from sports coaching sessions are also underway in this collaboration. Recently we have started work with the [http://www.rcsi.ie Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland] to assist with automated editing and enhancement of video from anatomy practicals.

  • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/research/indexing/sport_indexing.php Sport Video Indexing]
  • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/research/indexing/shot_classification.php Shot classification]
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Information Retrieval

We have been involved with projects in Information Retrieval since 1999. We coordinated MOUMIR and worked on Enterprise Ireland projects involving the automated creation of summaries for sports video: snooker, tennis, cricket. We have also established a unique connection with the Dept. of Psychology regarding the diagnosis of Dyslexia using new video retrieval and motion analysis technology ]. Our ethos in the development of retrieval technology has been that "retrieval is not a science until the user context is properly acknowledged". To this end we are involved with an ongoing collaboration with the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, to exploit retrieval technology in reducing the infrastructure required for Distance Learning. Projects involving retrieval for parsing of video from sports coaching sessions are also underway in this collaboration. Recently we have started work with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland to assist with automated editing and enhancement of video from anatomy practicals.

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  • Motion-based diagnosis of sport events : MMSP'01 supporting material
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==Video over Wireless==

Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

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Video over Wireless

Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration [AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE] and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology [in collaboration with The Foundry] is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration http://www.ina.fr/recherche/projets/finis/aurora/index.en.html AURORA], [http://brava.ina.fr/ BRAVA], [http://www.prestospace.org/ PRESTOSPACE and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology [in collaboration with [http://www.thefoundry.co.uk The Foundry]] is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

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Information Retrieval

We have been involved with projects in Information Retrieval since 1999. We coordinated MOUMIR and worked on Enterprise Ireland projects involving the automated creation of summaries for sports video: snooker, tennis, cricket. We have also established a unique connection with the Dept. of Psychology regarding the diagnosis of Dyslexia using new video retrieval and motion analysis technology [DYSVIDEO]. Our ethos in the development of retrieval technology has been that "retrieval is not a science until the user context is properly acknowledged". To this end we are involved with an ongoing collaboration with the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, to exploit retrieval technology in reducing the infrastructure required for Distance Learning. Projects involving retrieval for parsing of video from sports coaching sessions are also underway in this collaboration. Recently we have started work with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland to assist with automated editing and enhancement of video from anatomy practicals.

  • Sport Video Indexing
  • Shot classification
  • Motion-based diagnosis of sport events : MMSP'01 supporting material
  • DysVideo: Treating Dyxlexia using Video Content Retrieval and Analysis Technology
  • CASMS: Content Analysis for Sports Media Streaming
  • Video Indexing in MOUMIR

Video over Wireless

Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

to:
  • ===Special Effects===
    • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia//publications/publis/ICIP2003/demo.php Rig Removal]
    • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/research/DigitalCinema/texture/texture.php Texture Synthesis ]
    • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/research/DigitalCinema/inbetweening.php Inbetweening]

==Information Retrieval==

We have been involved with projects in Information Retrieval since 1999. We coordinated [http://www.moumir.org MOUMIR] and worked on Enterprise Ireland projects involving the automated creation of summaries for sports video: snooker, tennis, cricket. We have also established a unique connection with the Dept. of Psychology regarding the diagnosis of Dyslexia using new video retrieval and motion analysis technology http://www.dysvideo.org DYSVIDEO. Our ethos in the development of retrieval technology has been that <cite>"retrieval is not a science until the user context is properly acknowledged"</cite>. To this end we are involved with an ongoing collaboration with the [http://www.eng.uwi.tt/depts/elec/index.html University of the West Indies], Trinidad and Tobago, to exploit retrieval technology in reducing the infrastructure required for Distance Learning. Projects involving retrieval for parsing of video from sports coaching sessions are also underway in this collaboration. Recently we have started work with the [http://www.rcsi.ie Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland] to assist with automated editing and enhancement of video from anatomy practicals.

  • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/research/indexing/sport_indexing.php Sport Video Indexing]
  • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/research/indexing/shot_classification.php Shot classification]
  • Motion-based diagnosis of sport events : [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia//publications/publis/mmsp01/mmsp01.php MMSP'01 supporting material]
  • [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/research/indexing/dysvideo/ DysVideo:] Treating Dyxlexia using Video Content Retrieval and Analysis Technology
  • CASMS: Content Analysis for Sports Media Streaming
  • Video Indexing in [http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~moumir/ MOUMIR]

==Video over Wireless==

Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

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    * Video Indexing in MOUMIR
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  • Shot classification
  • Motion-based diagnosis of sport events : MMSP'01 supporting material
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      ** Inbetweening
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    • Camera Motion Stabilisation
    • Flicker Removal
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      **Tear Removal
      **Dirt and Sparkle and noise reduction
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Research Activities Digital Cinema

In the Digital Cinema stream our work in Digital Motion Picture Restoration is well known and perhaps the earliest in the area, we have worked on many EU Projects involving restoration [AURORA, BRAVA, PRESTOSPACE] and have associations with archives around Europe. We are also involved in the creation of new cinema post-production tools and our motion estimation technology [in collaboration with The Foundry] is used around the world for film special effects in movies like Matrix, Lord of the Rings, X-Men, Spider Man, Harry Potter and so on.

    *
      Digital Film Restoration
          o Camera Motion Stabilisation
          o Flicker Removal
          o Tear Removal
          o Dirt and Sparkle and noise reduction
    *
      Special Effects
          o Rig Removal
          o Texture Synthesis
          o Inbetweening

Information Retrieval

We have been involved with projects in Information Retrieval since 1999. We coordinated MOUMIR and worked on Enterprise Ireland projects involving the automated creation of summaries for sports video: snooker, tennis, cricket. We have also established a unique connection with the Dept. of Psychology regarding the diagnosis of Dyslexia using new video retrieval and motion analysis technology [DYSVIDEO]. Our ethos in the development of retrieval technology has been that "retrieval is not a science until the user context is properly acknowledged". To this end we are involved with an ongoing collaboration with the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, to exploit retrieval technology in reducing the infrastructure required for Distance Learning. Projects involving retrieval for parsing of video from sports coaching sessions are also underway in this collaboration. Recently we have started work with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland to assist with automated editing and enhancement of video from anatomy practicals.

    * Sport Video Indexing
    * Shot classification
    * Motion-based diagnosis of sport events : MMSP'01 supporting material
    * DysVideo: Treating Dyxlexia using Video Content Retrieval and Analysis Technology
    * CASMS: Content Analysis for Sports Media Streaming
    * Video Indexing in MOUMIR

Video over Wireless

Finally, in the video over wireless area, we are leveraging our skills in dealing with poor quality video (from motion picture restoration) and spotting events in the video stream (from sports video retrieval) to develop new ways to adapt video for display on different devices. This is the "Content Aware Media Streaming" project.

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