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An enhanced virtual webcam device for thin client

2013 International Conference on ICT Convergence (ICTC), 2013

Today users who have a thin client often need to use their mass storage device, picture device and other USB peripherals on the remote server instead of client. Because the thin client doesn't have enough H/W resources, it is reasonable method to use resources of the remote server instead of client. As the demand to share the devices of a ...


Eye tracking mouse for human computer interaction

2013 E-Health and Bioengineering Conference (EHB), 2013

In many cases, persons with neuro-locomotor disabilities have a good level of understanding and should use their eyes for communication. In this paper a reliable, mobile and low-cost system based on eye tracking mouse is presented. The eye movement is detected by a head mounted device and consequently the mouse cursor is moved on the screen. A click event denoting ...


Face detection and tracking using live video acquisition in camera closed circuit television and webcam

2016 1st International Conference on Information Technology, Information Systems and Electrical Engineering (ICITISEE), 2016

Human face detection is one domain in computer vision application. There are so many researches in the field of image processing on the face. Some researchers previously conducted research on face recognition, no matter from what tribe, how healthy, how old, they developed research on facial expressions, whether sad, normal or laugh. Some previous research also built on the face ...


Snow phenomena modeling through online public media

2014 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), 2014

We propose a method for the environmental monitoring through the publicly available media User Generated Content (UGC). In particular we address the problem of the snow cover and level estimation by analyzing the social media data such as geotagged photographs and public webcams installed in mountain regions. The entire pipeline of the process is presented to the audience: from the ...


A Comprehensive MOOC Creation Approach

2018 Learning With MOOCS (LWMOOCS), 2018

In the last decade, the world of online education has seen the advent of Massive Open Online Courses. The secret behind those courses lies in the scale: potentially, millions of people can access them and take advantage of the educational resources wherever they are on the planet. Creating successful courses is challenging since it requires an extended portfolio of skills. ...



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  • An enhanced virtual webcam device for thin client

    Today users who have a thin client often need to use their mass storage device, picture device and other USB peripherals on the remote server instead of client. Because the thin client doesn't have enough H/W resources, it is reasonable method to use resources of the remote server instead of client. As the demand to share the devices of a client between multiple users on the remote server has been increased, there are some issues that is need to be considered such as network delay, fair bandwidth use and control protocol to optimize the system performance. In this paper, we propose an enhanced virtual webcam device over an Internet Protocol (IP) network. Using this technology, users can share an USB web camera over the network with guaranteeing minimum network delay and optimization of bandwidth consumption.

  • Eye tracking mouse for human computer interaction

    In many cases, persons with neuro-locomotor disabilities have a good level of understanding and should use their eyes for communication. In this paper a reliable, mobile and low-cost system based on eye tracking mouse is presented. The eye movement is detected by a head mounted device and consequently the mouse cursor is moved on the screen. A click event denoting a pictogram selection is performed if the patient gazes a certain time the corresponding image on the screen.

  • Face detection and tracking using live video acquisition in camera closed circuit television and webcam

    Human face detection is one domain in computer vision application. There are so many researches in the field of image processing on the face. Some researchers previously conducted research on face recognition, no matter from what tribe, how healthy, how old, they developed research on facial expressions, whether sad, normal or laugh. Some previous research also built on the face detection system focusing on environmental conditions. CCTV is generally used as a complementary security and is widely used in industries, military, airports, shops, offices, factories, and even today many housing have been using and applying this technology. CCTV uses signals that are closed, unlike the usual television that is broadcast signal. The use of CCTV with face detection, is expected to see the actual condition and detect any human presence on the video. Using the technology of tracking (tracking) and face detection, it can develop a system that can detect human presence, as for the implementation of this research is the application of technology Live Video Acquisition for the presence of human beings based on the detected face on the CCTV camera.

  • Snow phenomena modeling through online public media

    We propose a method for the environmental monitoring through the publicly available media User Generated Content (UGC). In particular we address the problem of the snow cover and level estimation by analyzing the social media data such as geotagged photographs and public webcams installed in mountain regions. The entire pipeline of the process is presented to the audience: from the data crawling and automatic relevance classification (does or does not the photograph contain a significant mountain profile) to the image content analysis and environmental models (identification of the snow covered area on the photograph). Each presented component is self-contained and can be inspected individually, the connections between the components however are strongly highlighted allowing the viewer to understand intuitively the entire pipeline structure.

  • A Comprehensive MOOC Creation Approach

    In the last decade, the world of online education has seen the advent of Massive Open Online Courses. The secret behind those courses lies in the scale: potentially, millions of people can access them and take advantage of the educational resources wherever they are on the planet. Creating successful courses is challenging since it requires an extended portfolio of skills. However, not all the necessary attentions have been provided to the content creators who, most of the times, do not have an extended knowledge of the complex technologies required in order to efficiently prepare a MOOC. This paper focuses on this issue introducing a set of integrated e-learning tools offering an enhanced MOOC creation experience. The preliminary users already prepared some courses exploiting this novel approach and are willing to collaborate to craft the next improved version of the platform.

  • Real-Time High Resolution 3D Data on the HoloLens

    The recent appearance of augmented reality headsets, such as the Microsoft HoloLens, is a marked move from traditional 2D screen to 3D hologram-like interfaces. Striving to be completely portable, these devices unfortunately suffer multiple limitations, such as the lack of real-time, high quality depth data, which severely restricts their use as research tools. To mitigate this restriction, we provide a simple method to augment a HoloLens headset with much higher resolution depth data. To do so, we calibrate an external depth sensor connected to a computer stick that communicates with the HoloLens headset in real-time. To show how this system could be useful to the research community, we present an implementation of small object detection on HoloLens device.

  • Thai sign language recognition by using geometric invariant feature and ANN classification

    Hand sign language is the primary communication tool for people with hearing- impaired or deaf. People can use it to communicate effectively but the challenge is to communicate with the computer. Human computer interaction (HCI) will have a positive impact on their use. Thus, this is to bring the hand gestures in HCI as an important research area. This research focuses on 2D image recognition utilizing an evolved geometric invariant feature and also have developed a two-layer feedforward neural network to identify and translate hand gesture pose of the 42 letters in the Thai Sign Language (TSL) alphabet to Thai alphabets. We designed glove with six different colored markers for using in the experiment. The result shows that this system is able to recognize 42 TSL alphabets with an average accuracy of 96.19 %.

  • Eye gaze location detection based on iris tracking with web camera

    In recent years, there has been an increased interest in human computer interaction systems where web cameras are used as input devices. In this study, a system developed to distinguish eye gaze locations on the screen by referring to the position of the iris part of the eye is introduced. It is aimed to distinguish more eye gaze location compared to the previous works by web cam. K-nearest neighbors classifier was used to detect eye gaze location by the feature vector of the iris center coordinates. As a result of the first experiments with 10 subjects, the 17 different eye gaze locations on the screen have classified with an average of 97.64% accuracy. It has been observed that only the two adjacent points near the center of the screen in the vertical direction are detected incorrectly. It is expected to increase the classification performance ratio by not using these two incorrectly detected points in future studies.

  • Human computer interaction based eye controlled mouse

    With advanced technologies in this digital era, there is always scope for development in the field of computing. Hands free computing is in demand as of today it addresses the needs of quadriplegics. This paper presents a Human computer interaction (HCI) system that is of great importance to amputees and those who have issues with using their hands. The system built is an eye based interface that acts as a computer mouse to translate eye movements such as blinking, gazing and squinting towards the mouse cursor actions. The system in discussion makes use of a simple webcam and its software requirements are Python(3.6), OpenCv, numpy and a few other packages which are necessary for face recognition. The face detector can be built using the HOG (Histogram of oriented Gradients) feature along with a linear classifier, and the sliding window technique. It is hands free and no external hardware or sensors are required.

  • Recognizing student facial expressions: A web application

    The project described in this paper investigates the idea of performing emotion analysis of a student population participating in active face-to-face classroom instruction. Machine learning algorithms are employed on live recordings collected by webcams that are installed in classrooms. The visualization application required to be remotely accessible by the lecturer so the application was engineered as a web application. The output, being a timeline of student emotions monitored throughout and in parallel with the lecture, serves to enable the lecturer and other interested parties to improve the delivery of education.



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