Computer Vision

Computer vision is a science which learns to mimic the human visual system by acquiring, processing, analysing high quality digital images data from real world. This capability of a computer can be achieved through computational models through understanding the mechanics of eyes and neural pathways of vision. With the development of this technology, devices which aid the visually disordered and blind can be addressed.

  • Computational Neuroscience
  • Bionic Eye Alternative/Visual Prosthesis
  • Augmented Reality for the Blind
  • RGB Colour Model (Red-Green-Blue)
  • HSB Colour Model (Hue-Saturation-Brightness)
  • Hexadecimal Code
  • Computer Graphics
  • Bionic Contact Lens
  • Facial Recognition System
  • Real Sense Technology
  • Computational Modelling of Neural Mechanisms
  • Computational Mechanisms of Visually-guided Gaze Behaviour
  • Spatial Temporal
  • Virtual Reality in Medicine/Surgery

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