Second year SE students Ayush Kapur, Edwin Zhang, and Ibrahim Irfan worked together to claim one of the top prizes at Hack The North this past weekend. They developed a novel biometric authentication technique based on scanning palm veins with infrared light, called In Vein. Their project used the OpenCV and TensorFlow libraries for processing the images. The results are reported using a Node.js web app and a servo motor that opens a physical door. Keep up the good work! Also reported in the UW Daily Bulletin.
SE Students Innovate at Hack the North
Thursday, September 20, 2018