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Twelve years ago, four Clemson faculty members got together and decided to create some new materials. They didn’t set out to start a business, hire a work force, or establish a brand.
“We thought about the obesity problem,” Muth says. “They have pedometers to track steps. What if we had something to track bites?”
The team’s patented technology builds a background model that adapts to changing light and weather conditions and tracks vehicles over time by comparing their appearance in successive frames.
Over the past two decades, more than seventeen spin-off companies have licensed Clemson University technologies, and many of these companies have been established near Clemson.
Foley’s case study discussed how the Clemson Players pioneered an environmentally conscious approach to production of Eurydice.
Tony Penna bides in a liminal space, between light and darkness.
Today Robert will teach Lanier how to repaint a damaged wall.
Last fall, CLIF sponsored a competition for the best micrographic images produced at Clemson.
Could a railroad built from the sea straight to the heart of a young America possibly have saved the country from the catastrophe of civil war?
Not every urban tree finds a home amid asphalt and concrete.
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