University of Bristol

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…

Remote Pulmonary Function Testing using a Depth Sensor

We propose a remote non-invasive approach to Pulmonary Function Testing using a time-of-flight depth sensor (Microsoft Kinect V2), and correlate our results to clinical standard spirometry results. Given point clouds, we approximate 3D models of the subject’s chest, estimate…

Home Activity Monitoring Study using Visual and Inertial Sensors

The objective of this project is to present a comparative study towards activity monitoring using these visual and accelerometer sensors in daily living scenarios.

RGB-D Tracking: Depth Scaling Kernelised Correlation Filters DS-KCF

Depth Scaling Kernelised Correlation Filters DS-KCF is an efficient Real-Time tracker based on RGB-D data fusion

Online quality assessment of human movements from Kinect skeleton data

The objective of this project is to evaluate the quality of human movements from visual information which has use in a broad range of applications, from diagnosis and rehabilitation to movement optimisation in sports science….

Automated Driver Assistance Systems

Real Time Detection and Recognition of Road Traffic Signs Researchers Dr. Jack Greenhalgh and Prof. Majid Mirmehdi Overview We researched automatic detection and recognition of text in traffic signs. Scene structure is used to define…

SPHERE – a Sensor Platform for HEalthcare in a Residential Environment

SPHERE is a multimodality sensing platform, based on low-cost devices aiming at efficiently tackling the problem of healthcare monitoring at home

Object Modelling From Sparse And Misaligned 3D and 4D Data

Object modelling from 3D and 4D sparse and misaligned data has important applications in medical imaging, where visualising and characterising the shape of, e.g., an organ or tumor, is often needed to establish a diagnosis…

Exploratory analysis in phMRI

Working in collaboration with the Psychopharmacology Unit, we are investigating and developing exploratory, data-driven methods for the analysis of pharmacological MRI (phMRI). The data produced in these studies can be thought of as 3D movies…

Generic motion based object segmentation for assisted navigation

CASBliP – Computer Aided System for the Blind In the CASBliP project, a robust approach to annotating independently moving objects captured by head mounted stereo cameras that are worn by an ambulatory (and visually impaired)…

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