Spherical multi-modal scene analysis


The next generation of webcam is likely to be a multi-modal spherical scene analysis device that improves human-computer interaction. This research project explores how to successfully combine spherical acoustics, spherical cameras, and range information for multi-modal human computer interaction.


Associate Professor Craig Jin, Associate Professor Philip Leong, Dr Alistair McEwan

Research Location

Electrical and Information Engineering

Program Type



This leading research project explores computational methods (software, graphical processing units, field-programmable gate arrays) for spherical scene analysis using spherical microphone arrays and spherical cameras.. Topics and tools required include multi-modal software development, scene analysis techniques, and custom computing techniques.

Additional Information

Successful candidates likely have a background in electrical engineering, software programming, graphical processing units, custom computing, mathematics, or physics with an interest in spherical scene analysis and human-computer interaction.


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Spherical Acoustics, spherical cameras, multi-modal signal processing, human-computer interfaces, scene analysis, spherical microphone arrays

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1358

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