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I really don't get how people continually relate a standard in technology to a specific model. It is specific minimum functionality. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_standard
LoL - just the approach I was getting at.
Lookup tables haven't been the focus of AI researchers for um, say, 60 years?
I'm also expecting to have other forms of visual data as well. For example, say you don't have a CCD / CMOS camera. You can "scan" the object with your sharp IR as well and still get a visual representation of the object.
Somebody above mentioned that if it was possible then google would have done it. THEY HAVE - its just not correctly linked. ie. search google for a can of coke and you get loads of data about it. search google images for coke and you get loads of images. search google sketchup and you get a 3d model of a can of coke what more could you need.The difference is that google is made for people to search through and not robots.
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