Demo Videogallery

In this page you will find a videogallery regarding demonstrations of applications and research directions, realized by Pra Lab or in collaboration with the Ambient Intelligence Laboratory (AmILab).


Source: PRA Lab channel

Image Cerberus Photo Tagger
The Online Personal Photo Tagger allows users to label their images into predefined categories (we are improving such feature to allow users to define their own categories). At the moment, Photo Tagger can discriminate between images containing faces, text, and indoor/outdoor images. The aim of this application is mainly that of re-organizing the user's digital image library using the criteria she/he selects. Read more...
Research areas: Multimedia Classification and Retrieval
People involved: Ignazio Pillai, Riccardo Satta
Related applications: Cerberus Photo Tagger
Cerberus Photo Tagger
Cerberus Photo Tagger
Cerberus Photo Tagger
 


Source: PRA Lab channel

PRA Form Processing
The whole project in which our group is involved is named "Extended recognition of digitized documents" (REDD). Its aim is to develop a prototype of a system for automatic extraction and recognition of user text from scanned images of complex, real-world document forms like invoices and tax payment receipts. The goal is to localize all the form fields, extract the text entered by the user and recognize it. Read more...
Research areas:
Multimedia Classification and Retrieval
People involved: Ignazio Pillai
Related applications: Form Processing Tool
 


Source: AmILab channel

RVID
Rvid System aims to integrate Rfid and computer vision systems into a unique software platform. It is a video surveillance proof-of-concept application capable of tracking the position of the people inside a monitored scene through the fusion of computer vision and UWB RFid localization data. This allows, to connect UWB active RFid tags with the image of the person who is carrying it. RVid also provides a face recognition system, integrated with RVid's computer vision module. Read more...
Research Areas: Biometric recognition, Videosurveillance and Ambient Intelligence
People involved: Gian Luca Marcialis
Related Applications: RVID
 


Source: AmILab channel

Multimodal Verification Tool
Here a tool for multimodal biometric identity verification is described. The tool is based on facial and fingerprint verification techniques that can be used either as single biometrics or within a multimodal fusion modality, where, after evaluating the face and fingerprint samples independently, a unique score is computed to take them into account together. Aim of this approach is to give the system robustness and whenever is possible accuracy. Read more...
Research Areas: Biometric recognition
People involved: Gian Luca Marcialis
Related Applications: Multimodal Biometric Tool
 
 


Source: AmILab channel

Head Pose Estimation
This tool is a new face and facial features detector which is able to evaluate the orientation of the head in the three-dimensional space through the measure of Euler angles (Roll, Yaw, Pitch). 3D head pose estimation is performed by using informations until now supposed to be not enough, such as just eyes and nose tip coordinates. This result is obtained using a novel geometric approach based on the definition of a semi-rigid model of frontal face. Read more...
Research Areas: Biometric recognition
People involved: Gian Luca Marcialis
Related Applications: Head Pose estimation
 


Source: AmILab channel

Fingerprint Forensic Tool
A tool developed in the context of a joint research work between the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of Cagliari, and the Scientific Investigation Office of the "Arma dei Carabinieri", that is the militia maintained by the Italian government for police duties. Aim of the joint research work has been the study of methods and algorithms for automatic analysis of fingerprint images and for fake fingerprints identification. Read more...
Research Areas: Biometric recognition
People involved: Gian Luca Marcialis
Related Applications: Fingerprint Forensic Tool
 

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