Ingenuitas is now Sight Machine, and we're now selling our eponymous software. Sight Machine is built on top of SimpleCV and gives you the ability to inspect multiple live video streams and store and analyze the output in realtime. If you're interested in developing a plugin, take a look at the open source client on GitHub.
The first product release from Sight Machine is SimpleCV, an Open Source framework for creating Machine Vision applications.
It gives you a very convenient interface to cutting-edge algorithms in machine vision, and gives you an interface to a wide variety of video sources including Firewire camera, Webcams, Security Cameras, Mobile Phones, and the Xbox Kinect.
We're looking to bridge the gap between the OpenCV and casual users, and give machine vision enthusiasts a robust platform for making computers see.
Ingenuitas is my new company with the mission of developing an ecosystem of Open Source Hardware and Software Industrial Controls products. We are creating an online space for Industrial Engineering collaboration and prototyping ultra-low-cost solutions in machine vision, robotics, wireless sensors, and control systems. Open Source Software has been a tremendous catalyst for technology development on the Web in the last decade, and Open Innovation in manufacturing will accelerate innovation in the next.
I worked at GeekNet (formerly VA Linux) from 2001-2010 in a variety of roles. I started just as the company was exiting the hardware industry as SourceForge.net's sole web developer. I took a hiatus in 2003 to work in Ad Operations, building the company's internal ad system, and returned in 2005 as the SF.net site architect. In 2008 I took another break to create FossForUs, a next generation OSS catalog, and from 2009-2010 served as SourceForge Product Director.
SimRecommender is a Perl framework to benchmark the effectiveness of different recommender algorithms, and in particular their reaction to theoretical attacks. It is robust enough to handle the Netflix data set.