dr inż. Piotr Odya
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Multimodal interfaces development history is reviewed briefly in the introduction. Some applications of multimodal interfaces to education software for disabled people are presented. One of them, the LipMouse is a novel, vision-based human-computer interface that tracks user’s lip movements and detect lips gestures. A new approach to diagnosing Parkinson’s disease is also shown. The progression of the disease can be measured employing...
Multimodal interfaces development history is reviewed briefly in the introduction. Examples of applications of multimodal interfaces to education software and for the disabled people are presented, including interactive electronic whiteboard based on video image analysis, application for controlling computers with mouth gestures and the audio interface for speech stretching for hearing impaired and stuttering people. The Smart...
The main goal of this research study is focused on creating a method for loudness scaling based on categorical perception. Its main features, such as: way of testing, calibration procedure for securing reliable results, employing natural test stimuli, etc., are described in the paper and assessed against a procedure that uses 1/2-octave bands of noise (LGOB) for the loudness growth estimation. The Mann-Whitney U-test is employed...
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Obtained science degreedr inż. Electronics and Telecommunications (Technology)
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