28.03.2024 — Blog

PAPILLON’s subsidiary presented its novel solutions in Moscow

3DiVi Product Director attended the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Conference and shared his experience of using Edge AI

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11.12.2023 — Blog

109 schoolchildren visited PAPILLON

In the fall of 2023, PAPILLON joined the All-Russian project «Visiting a Scientist». From September to November, schoolchildren from all over the country were getting acquainted with the world of science and visiting enterprises producing high-end equipment.

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14.06.2023 — Blog

3DiVi has launched an online course on Computer Vision and Machine Learning

The 3-month course includes 12 video lectures, practical and homework activities. 140 novice programmers in the field of Computer Vision have become students who signed up on the training platform of 3DiVi’s School of Computer Vision.

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20.01.2023 — Blog

3DIVI teaches students how to launch international IT projects

PRIMA corporate accelerator is about to start in February 2023 and will last for five months. Applicants and selected candidates will be able to create their own startup in the field of computer vision and bring it to the world market.

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16.12.2022 — Blog

3DIVI presents new facial biometric algorithms

The innovative algorithm developed by 3DIVI evaluates the quality of face images and reduces false positives when recognizing faces.

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06.04.2021 — Blog

Capabilities of face recognition are becoming wider

3DiVi has released updates for Face SDK v3.8.0. Among its main improvements are «Mask-on-face» Detector and Unity plugin for face animation.

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11.07.2019 — Blog

Intel introduced Chelyabinsk product at the USA expo

Intel demonstrated the Nuitrack skeleton tracking software developed by 3DiVi Inc, company from Chelyabinsk, at CVPR2019 Expo on June 16-20, 2019.

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23.10.2018 — Blog

A system that recognizes twins

It is no secret that PAPILLON using 3DiVi’s algorithms is developing its own solutions for face recognition. The algorithms are already so perfect that they recognize faces taken not only full-face, but also half-turned, tilted, and even in a medical mask.

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