Intelicam v1.0

* If you or your company like this project and have a commercial proposal, I would like to hear from you.

As said previously, I’ve been sharpening my Artificial Intelligence skills. In the mean time, I created Intelicam 1.0, a fully artificial intelligence based hybrid security system. It is like a DVR, but with a few twists. Intelicam can detect and recognize people on cameras, warn about new recordings and monitor/stream multiple cameras in real-time.

The system is compatible with cheap usb cameras, more professional IP cameras and remote RTSP stream sources. Videos can also be easily separated in different categories.

Currently the software runs under Ubuntu Linux 18.04, and in the near future will probably run under Windows 10 as well.

I am now replacing my old home DVR with Intelicam, as it is already performing so much better. No more time reviewing lots of videos showing the trees moving with the wind. =)

Etherea VR progress

* If you or your company like this project and have a commercial proposal, I would like to hear from you.

From tutorial to landing on a planet and back to the space station. There are lots of things disabled yet, in the final game this galaxy will be full of continuous challenges.

The game was recorded directly in VR and the video shows one eye only. As I’m in a real rush these days, on this video I forgot to disable some of the eye visual effects for the recording, so they ended up showing (that rounded dark for example).

Please note that *all* planets and stars and other things are really there (no fake backgrounds) and fully exploitable.

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