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Profesor nadzwyczajny ze stop. nauk. dr hab.

Katedra Inżynierii Biomedycznej
Wydział Elektroniki, Telekomunikacji i Informatyki

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Katedra Inżynierii Biomedycznej

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Wybrane publikacje

  • Color Processing for Color-Blind Individuals Using Smart Glasses

    In this paper we investigated image processing methods for color-blind individuals. In particular we experimentally verified color naming procedure, generation of maps with color perception differences for average observers and for dichromats, and two color transformation methods. In experiments 7 mobile devices were used: 3 smart glasses and 4 smartphones. User studies were performed with 38 average observers and 9 dichromats....
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  • A multisensor detector of a sleep apnea for using at home

    Diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea usually involves polysomnographic analysis, which unfortunately requires overnight stay in a specialized clinic and is very uncomfortable for a patient. This paper describes the method and apparatus for recording a set of signals to detect sleep apnea. The device records the following signals simultaneously: three-channel ECG, respiratory functions, signals from the accelerometer, and snoring...
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  • Interactions with recognized objects

    J. Rumiński, A. Bujnowski, J. Wtorek, A. Andrushevich, M. Biallas, R. Kistler - 2014
    Implicit interaction combined with object recognition techniques opens a new possibility for gathering data and analyzing user behavior for activity and context recognition. The electronic eyewear platform, eGlasses, is being developed, as an integrated and autonomous system to provide interactions with smart environment. In this paper we present a method for the interactions with the recognized objects that can be used for electronic...
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