NAIST International Collaborative Laboratory for Robotics Vision is focusing on enhancing robotics and improving people's life quality by exploring the most of computer vision technologies. Established in Dec 2014 by NAIST and CMU (Carnegie Mellon University), this laboratory provides a unique platform for conducting leading research (both basic and applied) via close collaboration among international talents.
As one of the first two international collaborative laboratories built by NAIST, this laboratory is different from any other research labs and collaborative labs that you can find in the Graduate School of Science and Technology.
Carnegie Mellon University (United States)
University of Pennsylvania (United States)
University College London (United Kingdom)
Imperial College London (United Kingdom)
The University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
Technical University of Munich (Germany)
Télécom ParisTech (France)
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)
Tsinghua University (China)
Xi'an Jiaotong University (China)
Fudan University (China)
Xiamen University (China)
Southeast University (China)
Ocean University of China (China)
An unobstrusive way to identify individuals using cameras at a distance, which is unlike face recognition or any other commonly known biometric authentication.
Humans can easily understand each other by observing others' state, action and activities. Similarly, we explore the possibility to mimic that ability with computer vision and machine learning.