Microsoft Azure VideoMarker Tools - Update 150219

After spending the week researching Azure's Computer Vision API, I wrote a test program to upload images and receive data about them using Microsoft's Computer Vision cloud service and Visual Studio application in the C# programming language. As I'm not nearly as familiar with C# syntax as I am with Java, I spent today porting my code into Java and at this point I am comfortable using Microsoft's Azure platform to analyze image stills and grab data about the description, location, and number of objects in the visual field of a photograph. Next week I will begin developing a program capable of grabbing still images from a live video feed and using Azure's computation services to analyze the video in real-time.

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