Furniture Makers Get Clark Kent Eyes
Scientists at Virginia Polytechnic Institute are using computer vision to save trees. A system developed by Earl Kline and Richard Conners scans raw boards for defects so furniture makers can work around them--wasting less wood. Human inspectors do that now, but not as effectively.
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