Welcome to the Computer Vision and Sensing Systems (COVISS) lab at the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at the University of Florida. At COVISS, we are interested in devising methods and systems that use information collected by multidimensional sensors to understand the physical world, with a particular focus on agricultural applications. These sensors may include traditional cameras, depth sensors, arrays of sensors, or combinations thereof. In particular, we are interested in fusing observations obtained at different points in time or space or even with different sensing modalities. In order to keep our scientific contributions relevant, we work in close collaboration with researchers in several other areas, from agriculture to biomedical engineering and health sciences.
2020 WACV paper on “Gaze Estimation for Assisted Living Environments”
Effective assisted living environments must be able to perform inferences on how their occupants interact with one another as well as with surrounding objects. To accomplish this goal using a vision-based automated approach, multiple tasks such as pose estimation, object segmentation and gaze estimation must be addressed. Paper written by four authors, including two Marquette […]