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HeadWheelchair
ClipOn EMG
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Virtual Multi Stereopsis
Plant Phenotype
3D using Octree
Limb-Volume measurement using Infrared Depth Sensor
Object_Recognition
Scene Understanding
Field Phenotyping
Background Subtraction
Human Motion
Calibration of VSNs
Image-Based Servoing
Robot Navigation
Path Planning
Inverse Kinematics
Target Tracking
Target Geolocation
ODI
Virtual Dermatologist
CNN Virtual Machines for Image Processing
New Models for Parallel Soft Computing


Past Research

 

 

 


 

(a) This research made use of GTX480s and Tesla's S1070 donated by NVIDIA via their Academic Partnership Program.

 


 

        Line Tracking for assembly on-the-fly (developed for Ford AMTD with support from Ford Foundation)

        Mobile Robotics: New Pete (front and back) and Old Peter.

        3D Pose Estimation of Objects using Active Appearance Models

        Model-based 3D Pose Estimation

 

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