High-speed Vision and Its Applications

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Most of the conventional robot vision technologies involving video
signals (NTSC 30fps) are designed based on the characteristics of the
human eye. Similarly, the processing speed is limited to the same or a
lower level as compared to the human eye. In various application fields,
there is a growing demand for image-processing technology, which
facilitates the real-time recognition of high-speed phenomena that
cannot be recognized by the human eye. In this presentation, we
introduce a high-speed robot vision system as one of hyper human
technologies for real-time video processing and recording at a
high-speed frame rate such as 1000 fps. The core technology of the ultra
fast robot vision technology initiative is introduced together with the applications of this system in the fields of robotics, multimedia,
biomedicine, etc.



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  • 09WW 102 Theatrette
  • Macquarie University
  • Sydney, New South Wales
  • Australia 2109
  • Building: 09WW

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Prof. Idaku Ishii

Topic:

High-speed Vision and Its Applications

Most of the conventional robot vision technologies involving video
signals (NTSC 30fps) are designed based on the characteristics of the
human eye. Similarly, the processing speed is limited to the same or a
lower level as compared to the human eye. In various application fields,
there is a growing demand for image-processing technology, which
facilitates the real-time recognition of high-speed phenomena that
cannot be recognized by the human eye. In this presentation, we
introduce a high-speed robot vision system as one of hyper human
technologies for real-time video processing and recording at a
high-speed frame rate such as 1000 fps. The core technology of the ultra
fast robot vision technology initiative is introduced together with the applications of this system in the fields of robotics, multimedia,
biomedicine, etc.

Biography:

Professor Idaku Ishii is a professor of Robotics Laboratory, Department of System Cybernetics, Graduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan. He obtained his Bachelor, Master and PhD degree from the University of Tokyo. He worked at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan before joining Hiroshima University in 2002. His main research interest is on Hyper Human Robotics, mainly, Vision and Sensing Mechatronics and Manipulation and Hyper Human Applications

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Address:Hiroshima University, , Hiroshima, Japan