10. Multi-Camera People Tracking Presented by a Humanoid

author: Kyungnam (Ken) Kim, HRL Laboratories
published: June 20, 2009,   recorded: May 2009,   views: 432
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A humanoid gives a talk, like a human presenter, about a real-time vision system using multiple cameras for people tracking in a room. The humanoid demonstrates a few perception/control capabilities including visually guided hand/arm control. It briefly describes the algorithm used and shows some people tracking results including each person's trajectory and walking direction, and reports the number of people in the room. The vision system with two quad-core 3.0 Ghz CPUs runs in real-time. In the end of the video, a game application based on person tracking is presented.

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