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TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - May 25, 2017) - Victoria Gold Corp. (TSX VENTURE: VIT) "Victoria" or the "Company" is pleased to announce that it has signed a definitive agreement to options its Aurex property with Banyan Gold Corp. ("Banyan"). The Aurex property comprises 433 Quartz Mining Claims, consists of 8,230 hectares and is located in the Mayo Mining District, Yukon Territory. "Aurex is a very interesting asset which has not received the focus it deserves from Victoria given the numerous high priority targets located on our Dublin Gulch Property," stated John McConnell, President & CEO. "The Aurex property will now enjoy significant attention and Victoria will participate in any success through share ownership in Banyan, a joint venture interest in the property and/or net smelter return royalties." Highlights of the Definitive Agreement with Banyan (the "Aurex Agreement"): Under the terms of the Aurex Agreement, which is subject to TSX-V approval, Banyan may earn up to a 100% interest in the Aurex property in three (3) stages: As part of the initial letter of intent, Victoria made a strategic investment in Banyan of $100,000 and was issued 1,250,000 units of Banyan, which was approved by the TSX-V on March 7, 2017. Victoria now owns 5.27% of Banyan's outstanding shares. Victoria Gold's 100%-owned Dublin Gulch gold property is situated in the central Yukon Territory, Canada, approximately 375 kilometers north of the capital city of Whitehorse, and approximately 85 kilometers from the town of Mayo. The Property is accessible by road year-round, and is located within Yukon Energy's electrical grid. The Company has constructed and maintains a 100 person all-season camp at the project site. The Property covers an area of approximately 555 square kilometers, and is the site of the Company's Eagle Gold Deposit. The Eagle Gold Mine is expected to be Yukon's next operating gold mine and, between the Eagle and Olive deposits, include Proven and Probable Reserves of 2.7 million ounces of gold from 123 million tonnes of ore with a grade of 0.67 grams of gold per tonne, as outlined in a National Instrument 43-101 feasibility study. The NI 43-101 Mineral Resource for the Eagle and Olive deposits has been estimated to host 191 million tonnes averaging 0.65 grams of gold per tonne, containing 4.0 million ounces of gold in the "Measured and Indicated" category, inclusive of Proven and Probable Reserves, and a further 24 million tonnes averaging 0.61 grams of gold per tonne, containing 0.5 million ounces of gold in the "Inferred" category. The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved by Paul D. Gray, P.Geo., as the Qualified Person. Neither the TSX Venture Exchange, nor its Regulation Services Provider accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. This press release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this discussion, other than statements of historical facts, that address future exploration drilling, exploration activities, anticipated metal production, internal rate of return, estimated ore grades, commencement of production estimates and projected exploration and capital expenditures (including costs and other estimates upon which such projections are based) and events or developments that the Company expects, are forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include metal prices, exploration successes, continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.


The invention relates to a method for determining three-dimensional images of an object (Board), comprising projection of several images onto the object by at least one projector (P), each image being determined by modulation of first light patterns; acquisition, for each projected image, of at least one two-dimensional image of the object by at least one image sensor (C), preferably at least two image sensors; and determination of the height of each point of the object from the acquired two-dimensional images as if only the first patterns had been projected, the modulation being selected in such a way that the errors in determination are less than those obtained in the absence of modulation.


Correction of an initial three-dimensional image of a deformed object comprises the provision of a model of the undeformed object comprising first zones, the determination in the initial three-dimensional image of second zones corresponding to the first zones, the determination of a first geometric transformation which maps the second zones to the first zones and the determination of a three-dimensional image corrected on the basis of the first geometric transformation and of the initial three-dimensional image.


The invention relates to a method for identifying a material in a scene, including the following steps: lighting the scene (1); taking at least two simultaneous measurements of the light amplitude of the scene for separate polarisation states of the light using two measurement devices positioned in inclined directions above the normal of the scene; and deducing an identification of the material therefrom.


Patent
Vit | Date: 2014-03-26

An enclosure includes a door for accessing a space for receiving an industrial apparatus in which the door is hinged to a door frame supported by the enclosure by at least one connecting rod, the ends of which are hingedly respectively connected to the door frame and to the rear surface of the door, approximately at the middle of the length thereof


An optical inspection system for an electronic circuit comprises sensors of images of the electronic circuit, at least two supports on which are intended to rest two parts of the electronic circuit and a device for modifying the position of each support, independently of one another.


Patent
Vit | Date: 2014-03-26

A conveyor unit has a conveyor belt comprising, in cross-section, a recess in the upper edge of the belt. In an embodiment, the unit comprises two belts that support the objects to be transported, in particular electronic boards.


Patent
Vit | Date: 2014-03-26

A calibration pattern for an optical system is formed by an anodized metal plate comprising grooves.


Patent
Vit | Date: 2014-04-08

A three-dimensional image acquisition system including: at least two projectors aligned in a direction and suitable for illuminating a scene, the projection axes of the projectors defining a plane for each projector, and being turned toward the scene. A first and second camera are placed on one side of said plane, and a third and fourth camera placed on the other side of said plane. The optical axis of the first and second cameras form, with said plane, a different first and second angle, respectively, and the optical axis of the third and fourth cameras form, with said plane, a different third and fourth angle, respectively.


A method for determining three-dimensional images of an object (Card) comprises projecting a display onto the object by means of a projector (P). A plurality of two-dimensional images of the object are acquired by at least one first image sensor (C), a relative movement of the object in relation to the assembly comprising the projector and the image sensor being carried out during the acquisitions of the images. A determination is made of the height of each point of the object as corresponding to an extremum of a function obtained from the acquired two-dimensional images.

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