Seminar: iGlasses Lite – Dietary Monitoring Eyeglasses
Chewing and biting are two interesting targets of dietary monitoring. The proposed student project aims at offering a wearable solution of chewing and biting monitoring in free-living by integrating sensors in smart eyeglasses. In the first stage, chewing and biting sensors would be integrated on 3D-printed eyeglasses. A basic data recording system would be implemented. Secondly, a pilot study would be conducted to collect a minimized sensor dataset including eating activities. The data quality would be assessed, and results would be used to optimize the system with focus on sensor positioning, event-triggering and online processing strategy. The project will yield a ready-to-use version of eating monitoring eyeglasses that could be contributing to long-term eating monitoring.
- Wearable prototyping and system integration
- Timeseries processing and eating detection
|ECTS||2.5, 5, 7.5, default: 5|
|Project type||BSc./MSc.-Seminar, Thesis|
|Presence time||4 SWS|
|Useful knowledge||50% hardware design + 50% programming|
|Work distribution||Embedded System, Python|
|Period||Summer semester 2019|
|Med. Eng. Seminar Title||Advance Context Recognition (ACR)|
|First meeting|| Seminar introduction on
24. Apr. 2019, 17:00-18:30 at Henkestr. 91, Haus 7, 1. OG, R 373.
Up-to-date literature recommendations are provided during the lectures.
Final presentation and final report.