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Project Objective: Identify and follow a person, given two people in the field of view. Tiny YOLO was fed into OpenCV to identify targets in a live feed.
Project Objective: Identify and follow a person, given two people in the field of view. Tiny YOLO was fed into OpenCV to identify targets in a live feed.


Some applications of this project include medical robotics (e.g. medical assistance) and military applications (e.g. target location). This project be applied to crowds, collecting data on people through human computer interactions.  
Some applications of this project include medical robotics (e.g. medical assistance) and military applications (e.g. target location). This project be applied to crowds, collecting data on people through human computer interactions.


== Initial Research ==
OpenCV: We needed to be able to identify a person in a live feed, and OpenCV is a library of functions specified for real-time computer vision. OpenCV is capable of identifying color blocks and boundaries, and has functions to determine centroids. The centroids would be used to identify the location of the person/object.
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Tiny YOLO:


== Initial Research ==
== Initial Research ==


OpenCV
OpenCV

Revision as of 21:49, 7 June 2018

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Project Objective: Identify and follow a person, given two people in the field of view. Tiny YOLO was fed into OpenCV to identify targets in a live feed.

Some applications of this project include medical robotics (e.g. medical assistance) and military applications (e.g. target location). This project be applied to crowds, collecting data on people through human computer interactions.


Initial Research

OpenCV: We needed to be able to identify a person in a live feed, and OpenCV is a library of functions specified for real-time computer vision. OpenCV is capable of identifying color blocks and boundaries, and has functions to determine centroids. The centroids would be used to identify the location of the person/object. OpenCV.jpg

Tiny YOLO:

Initial Research

OpenCV