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  1. Here's what google announced yesterday (October 4, 2016) at an event unveiling two new smartphone called Pixel. These are what you are going to get in recent months. Google Pixel and Pixel XL Body built by HTC and soul by Google. The two new smartphone have similar design and are differentiated mainly by the size of their screens. Google's Pixel includes a 5-inch 1080p display, and the XL features a larger 5.5-inch Quad HD panel. Both devices are built by HTC and are powered by the latest Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB or 128GB of storage. Pixel's camera has a DxOMark rating of 89, the "highest ever," according to the group. HDR+ is enabled by default, "because there's zero shutter lag." And there's also gyroscope-based video stabilization for even smoother captures, polling the gyro 200 times a second. The Pixel phones run Android 7.1 Nougat, the first maintenance release of Google's OS. Daydream View headset Google announced Daydream View, the first VR headset designed for Daydream-ready phones. Working with clothing designers, Google says it's created something "soft, cosy and comfortable to wear." The headset and any Daydream-compatible phone pair wirelessly, and there's an auto-alignment system to make sure everything fits just right. The Daydream controller is "so accurate you can write your name with it," and fits inside the headset for easy storage. Slate, Snow and Crimson are your color options. Chromecast Ultra Google's rumored 4K Chromecast is official. It grows from the circular design of the last generation, adding more speed, an integrated ethernet port and enhanced video capabilities. That means it can handle 4K video, HDR video and Dolby Vision. As part of the deal, Google Play Movies will start rolling out 4K content in November, and you can of course get that high-res content from the likes of YouTube and Netflix as well. Google Home Google Home goes on sale next month for $129. Google announced its smart home assistant at I/O in May, but today Google Home finally got a price and a release date. Home will ship on November 4th and cost $129, with a three-pack for $299. That's a very deliberate shot at the Amazon Echo (currently going for $179), and given Google's new smart assistant features, it will be interesting to see how the two products stack up. Home is also designed to work with multiple units in a single house, although the team is still working on support for multiple Google accounts. It also comes with a free six-month trial of YouTube Red. Google Wifi After last year’s foray into router partnerships with OnHub, Google is now making routers itself. The new system, called simply Google Wifi, is a multi-point network similar to Eero, letting you place modular router points throughout your house for maximum coverage. The system manages your connection as you move through the house, optimizing which router you're connected to. You can also actively manage the network through the app — including, in the demo, the ability to kick your kids of the internet by pressing "pause." A single router costs $129, while a three-pack costs $299. Preorders start in November and it ships in December. Read more ... http://www.androidcentral.com/google-pixel-event http://www.theverge.com/2016/10/4/13160134/google-phone-event-2016-pixel-home-daydream-vr-news-recap
  2. I'm trying to do a fuzzy land cover classification using maximum likelihood classification. I need to get the probability of each pixel to fall in a particular class. Some equations have been formed based on gaussian distribution to calculate the fuzzy membership value corresponding to each pixel. To calculate this value each pixels are to be considered individually and substituted in the following equation: D = (X-M)^T * (cov)^-1 * (X-M) where X is a 4*1 matrix representing the DN for a particular pixel in 4 bands. I'm trying to do this using erdas imagine model maker, but failed to call each pixel separately. How can I do this ? Can I use Spatial modeler language to modify the model ? How can we initialize a pixel in "while loop" of spatial modeler language ?
  3. can anyone please help me to analyse each pixel of a raster image using while loop in erdas imagine spatial modeler language ? I have a 4 layered raster image. i need to consider each pixel as a column matrix whose number of rows is equal to the number of layers of the raster image. then the transpose of each pixel matrix is to be find. how to do this in erdas imagine ?
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