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* Image Recognition - using OpenCV. I did some work with OpenCV in the image recognition class last quarter, and I have a very simple framework for playing card recognition made already. Perhaps something to do with playing cards and virtual reality, although the [[ECE597_Project_Auto_HUD | road sign project from last year]] also looks very interesting.
 
* Image Recognition - using OpenCV. I did some work with OpenCV in the image recognition class last quarter, and I have a very simple framework for playing card recognition made already. Perhaps something to do with playing cards and virtual reality, although the [[ECE597_Project_Auto_HUD | road sign project from last year]] also looks very interesting.
 
* Natural Language Processing - I'm not sure if this is very doable on an embedded system, but it is one of my interests.
 
* Natural Language Processing - I'm not sure if this is very doable on an embedded system, but it is one of my interests.
 
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Revision as of 20:45, 22 March 2011

Stephen Mayhew

Computer Science Major, Class of 2012.

Project topics I'm interested in:

  • Speech Recognition - probably using TIESR, or Pocket Sphinx
  • Image Recognition - using OpenCV. I did some work with OpenCV in the image recognition class last quarter, and I have a very simple framework for playing card recognition made already. Perhaps something to do with playing cards and virtual reality, although the road sign project from last year also looks very interesting.
  • Natural Language Processing - I'm not sure if this is very doable on an embedded system, but it is one of my interests.

How to install Ubuntu on the Beagleboard