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Replacing Humans With CGI Animations To Protect Anonymity In Video Footage (thestack.com) 44

An anonymous reader writes: New research (PDF) from the University of Zagreb proposes the de-identification of innocent individuals in closed circuit footage by replacing them with CGI animations which either guess their skeletal motion or impose the animation via Kinect-style movement sensors. In order to preserve the raw footage, the original frames are then re-encoded via steganographic techniques into the final amended output.
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Replacing Humans With CGI Animations To Protect Anonymity In Video Footage

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