University of Bristol

Computational cameras

A novel close-to-sensor computational camera has been designed and developed at the ViLab. ROIs can be captured and processed at 1000fps; the concurrent processing enables low latency sensor control and flexible image processing. With 9DoF…

Spot the Penguin

Tilo Burghardt, Neill Campbell, Peter Barham, Richard Sherley This research was conducted 2006-2009. The research aimed at providing non-invasive solutions to problems of field biology and to better understand and conserve endangered species. Specifically we…

Human pose estimation using motion

Ben Daubney, David Gibson, Neill Campbell Currently we are researching how to extract human pose from a sparse set of moving features. This work is inspired from psychophisical experiments using the Moving Light Display (MLD),…

Analysis of moth camouflage

David Gibson, Neill Campbell A half million pound BBSRC collaboration with Biological sciences and experimental Psychology, the aim of this project is to develop a computational theory of animal camouflage, with models specific to the…