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Provides innovative video stabilization software that's been used at the Olympics, in law enforcement, and commercially

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Vibrating with the force of the world's most powerful rocket engines and blasting skyward at thousands of miles per hour, the Space Shuttle does not present an easy subject for video. Using techniques and technologies developed for stabilizing the shaky shuttle launch video, Marshall Space Flight Center scientists created Video Image Stabilization and Registration (VISAR) to help FBI agents analyze video footage of the deadly bombing at the 1996 Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta. Intergraph Government Solutions of Huntsville, Alabama, licensed the technology and adapted it for the company's Video Analyst System now used for military and law enforcement applications, ncluding the capture of kidnappers and the identification of Saddam Hussein in footage sent back from Iraq.
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Source: http://spinoff.nasa.gov/Spinoff2011/pdf/Spinoff2011.pdf

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