This project aims to investigate human capacity to decode the communication delivered via body action in virtual human representations (avatars/agents).[Read More]
Imagery data is an important component of multimedia content and appears commonly in the Internet domain, TV programs and movies.
Human body motion tracking and analysis has received a significant amount of attention in the computer vision research community in the past decade.[Read More]
The project addresses the problem of visual motion analysis by establishing a voting-based computational framework.
Nowadays, the importance of the automatic face detection and tracking system has increased as it is needed for video surveillance and new user interfaces.[Read More]
This project addresses several research topics related to virtual reality, augment reality, geometry modeling, motion tracking, and visualization.[Read More]
Visual tracking in unconstrained environments is very challenging due to the existence of several sources of varieties such as changes in appearance, varying lighting conditions, cluttered background, and frame-cuts.[Read More]