XRCEXerox Research Centre Europe
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The innovative software enables cameraphones to cope with poor lighting, distorted images, and other problems encountered when processing images taken by a digital camera in a hostile environment, according to Christopher Dance, senior scientist and image processing manager for XRCE, which specializes in development of innovative technologies that help people access and share documents and knowledge.
The software has been built upon innovations in improving document imaging with cameras, an area where XRCE has developed extensive expertise.
XRCE researchers conclude that this language could be helpful in document transformations, such as Internet publishing, publishing on handheld instruments, document content processing, and database-to-XML conversions.
The software was developed and pioneered at the company's Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) based in Grenoble, France.