The state of the research in the field of sensory information processing, visual and acoustic in particular (Real World Computing is the name of an important project financed by MITI on this topic), suggests the development of a new paradigm of information processing that privileges flexibility. The paper discusses the motivations underlying the research activity on Interactive Sensory Systems at IRST and presents the Interactive Room project the aim of which is the study and implementation of a system capable of using the information coming from multiple sensors (mainly visual) in order to analyze and describe a set of situations or actions performed by one or more users inside a room

Interactive Sensory Systems at IRST

Lazzari, Giannino
1996

Abstract

The state of the research in the field of sensory information processing, visual and acoustic in particular (Real World Computing is the name of an important project financed by MITI on this topic), suggests the development of a new paradigm of information processing that privileges flexibility. The paper discusses the motivations underlying the research activity on Interactive Sensory Systems at IRST and presents the Interactive Room project the aim of which is the study and implementation of a system capable of using the information coming from multiple sensors (mainly visual) in order to analyze and describe a set of situations or actions performed by one or more users inside a room
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