Spherical multi-modal scene analysis

Summary

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.

Supervisor(s)

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

Research Location

Electrical and Information Engineering

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

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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Keywords

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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