Computer vision is the domain that deals with extracting information from images or image sequences. There is a vast amount of applications that depend on computer vision results. In medical settings, it is used for automatic detection of anomalies such as tumors. In production settings, computer vision helps in identifying products, or products that have not been produced properly.
At the Human Media Interaction Group, we are particularly interested in observing users for Human-Computer Interaction. Face recognition, head orientation detection and human motion analysis are some of the topics that we are actively working on. The challenges are to cope with the large variations in observations due to variations between users, and factors such as lighting, image quality and viewpoints.
Computer Vision is a subtopic of:
The following HMI-members are working on Computer Vision:Former HMI-members:
Here you can find the publications
Students can find information about assignments:
[ final project ] at our Msc webpages.