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Applied Sciences Group: Smart Interactive Displays
Applied Sciences Group: Smart Interactive Displays Our research shows: Smart Backlights • Auto-stereoscopic, steerable 3-D display. • Multiview display that steers different images to different people. • View-control smart backlights, public-to-private with power savings. Smart Displays • Hover and Touch: Wedge and PDLC on- and off-screen sensing. • Seeing Displays: Wedge, Schlieren, and Kinect fusion for on- and off-screen gestures. • Retro-reflective air-gesture interactive display. • View-dependent virtual video window. Computer Vision for Human Input • Ambient-noise-ambivalent sensing for seeing displays. • Optical pen input with touch. • Inertial sensing-assisted SLAM with Kinect. Computer Vision for Human Input • Ambient-noise-ambivalent sensing for seeing displays. • Optical pen input with touch. • Inertial sensing-assisted SLAM with Kinect. UI •
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Applied Sciences Group: Smart Interactive Displays
Applied Sciences Group: Smart Interactive Displays Our research shows: Smart Backlights • Auto-stereoscopic, steerable 3-D display. • Multiview display that steers different images to different people. • View-control smart backlights, public-to-private with power savings. Smart Displays • Hover and Touch: Wedge and PDLC on- and off-screen sensing. • Seeing Displays: Wedge, Schlieren, and Kinect fusion for on- and off-screen gestures. • Retro-reflective air-gesture interactive display. • View-dependent virtual video window. Computer Vision for Human Input • Ambient-noise-ambivalent sensing for seeing displays. • Optical pen input with touch. • Inertial sensing-assisted SLAM with Kinect. Computer Vision for Human Input • Ambient-noise-ambivalent sensing for seeing displays. • Optical pen input with touch. • Inertial sensing-assisted SLAM with Kinect. UI •
Date: 3/7/11
Views: 553
Video by:  Microsoft
 
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