The presentation can be found here.
Tuesday the 6th of May we have already the 3rd edition. This night’s speaker will be Stephan Jansen, a phD student on our faculty. It will start at 20:00 in the Ma van Sloun on the 2nd floor.
A small introduction on the subject of his talk:
In medicine, there are studies of the relation between eye movements and balance disorders / dizziness. In 1995, a clinical video eye tracker (a goggle equipped with small cameras) was designed. Now, there is the need for algorithms to track the eye movements automatically. The easiest way to design an eye tracker algorithm, is to follow the pupil, and in particular, the pupil center.
The research is focused on designing and implementing a pupil detection algorithm, which is able to perform real-time, robust and with high-precision.
From the knowledge engineering point of view: Image analysis, edge detection algorithms, ellipse fitting and optimization techniques are terms that will be discussed in the presentation. Furthermore, some information of eye movements and balance disorders will be explained by showing some interesting videos.