University of Bristol

VILSS: Human Action Recognition and Detection from Noisy 3D Skeleton Data

Mohamed Hussein, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology Human action recognition and human action detection are two closely related problems. In human action recogniton, the purpose is to determine the class of an action performed by…

Terrain analysis for biped locomotion

Numerous scenarios exist where it is necessary or advantageous to classify surface material at a distance from a moving forward-facing camera. Examples include the use of image based sensors for assessing and predicting terrain type…

Mitigating the effects of atmospheric turbulence on surveillance imagery

Various types of atmospheric distortion can influence the visual quality of video signals during acquisition. Typical distortions include fog or haze which reduce contrast, and atmospheric turbulence due to temperature variations or aerosols. An effect…

Computer Assisted Analysis of Retinal OCT Imaging

Texture-preserving image enhancement for Optical Coherence Tomography This project developed novel image enhancement algorithms for retinal optical coherence tomography (OCT). These images contain a large amount of speckle causing them to be grainy and of…

VILSS: Global description of images. Application to robot mapping and localisation

VILab Seminar with speaker Luis Payá from Miguel Hernández University, Spain

Deep Driving: Learning Representations for Intelligent Vehicles

Together with University of California at Berkeley, University of Jenna, NICTA and Daimler we are organising a workshop in representation learning at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium in Gothenburg, Sweden. Vision is a rich and…

Monitoring Vehicle Occupants

Visual Monitoring of Driver and Passenger Control Panel Interactions Researchers Toby Perrett and Prof. Majid Mirmehdi Overview Advances in vehicular technology have resulted in more controls being incorporated in cabin designs. We present a system…

High Frame Rate Video

As the demand for higher quality and more immersive video content increases, the need to extend the current video parameter space of spatial resolutions and display sizes, to include, among other things, a wider colour gamut, higher dynamic range…

BVI Seminar: Why do animals look and behave the way they do?

BVI Seminar with speaker Dr. Karin Kjernsmo from University of Bristol.

What’s on TV: A Large-Scale Quantitative Characterisation of Modern Broadcast Video Content

What does one year of modern broadcast video look like? This project analyses the spatial and temporal diversity in contemporary video to make inferences about testing new video technologies.

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