After the release of Samantha, we have another good news. The source code of JLinkage, is available for download and it has been released under a permissive BSD license (yes, you can use it freely also for commercial projects). The … Read More
We’ve just noticed the download link of Samantha was incorrect. Now it has been fixed 😉 3DF Samantha download page
Good news everyone! We have released a free version of 3DF Samantha that can be used for research / non-commercial purposes. 3DF Samantha is our structure from motion technology. Starting from a set of photos, you can get the cameras … Read More
3Dflow will be at the European Computer Vision Conference in Florence next week. With a surprise: 3DF Samantha will be released in the occasion of ECCV12. Come along to our booth and collect your complimentary usb key with the software.
We have now opened our youtube channel. We will be adding more contents in the next weeks so stay tuned! You can find it @ http://www.youtube.com/user/3DflowChannel
On January 12th the University of Udine has recognized 3Dflow as an academic spinoff.
We are glad to announce the publication of a comprehensive tutorial on Computer Vision by Prof. Andrea Fusiello. The document – composed by eight chapters – explains the mathematical foundations of Computer Vision. It is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License, with … Read More
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Read the interview to Andrea Fusiello — 3Dflow’s CEO — on UniVRmagazine.