My research is about kinematic modelling and tracking the human body. I am most interested in markerless tracking using computer vision techniques, and I am a member of both the Motion Research Group and the Vision and Image Processing Lab at UWaterloo.
|Computer vision||Rehabilitation systems|
|Monte Carlo methods||Sports engineering|
|Kinematic modelling||Performance arts|
- Texture-Illumination Guided Global Energy Response (TIGGER) for object saliency
- Human pose estimation using a multi-rigid-body model via Iterative Closest Point (ICP) registration
- Quasi-Monte Carlo methods for point cloud sampling
- Applications of research to performance art
- Colour-based gesture recognition for American Sign Language via Hidden Markov Models
List of my publications on Vision and Image Processing website.