Category: OnlineEvent, SS2021

Background With the rapid development of computer vision and AI technology, the personalisation of eyeglasses is processed by algorithms. Algorithms can be good at anthropometric fitting, i.e. deciding the dimensions of eyeglasses, yet weak in dealing with the aesthetic preferences. A typical chall...

Category: OnlineEvent, SS2021

Background Sensors are integrated into smart eyeglasses for daily activity monitoring. Some of the sensors must be configured at specific eyeglasses locations with proper orientations to function correctly and effectively. The optimal sensor configuration varies from head to head. In current practi...

Category: Courses, OnlineEvent, WS2020/21

Background Smart eyeglasses integrate sensors can serve for multiple purposes including health monitoring. Generally, the sensors need to be integrated at specific parts of the eyeglasses to function effectively. Moreover, optimising sensor locations maximises sensor data quality. However, optimal ...

Category: SS2020

Background Eye blinking is associated with attention. Blinking frequency changes during different activities. Eye blinking has a wide range of applications in human computer interface (HCI). Monitoring eye blinking rate can indicate fatigue levels e.g. during driving, and even reminds people to bli...

Category: SS2020

Background A healthy human breathes roughly 30,000 times a day while consuming about 11,000 litres of air. Air consists of not only gases (e.g. oxygen and nitrogen), but also a complex mixture of chemicals and orgasms, such as particle pollutants, pollen, bacteria and viruses that all threaten the ...

Category: Student Projects, WS2019/20

Course/Project description Head landmarks are the key points that describe the shape of the head attributes, e.g. eyes, nose, and chin etc. Most available landmark detection algorithms focus on the facial landmarks detection, which do not cover ears. However, ears are very important reference posit...

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