Master IGIS/SID student's final-year projects

JukeBox 2.0

Academic Year 2015/2016

The JukeBox 2.0 project is a request from a hotel company, that needs to entertain dancing parties. The goal is to build an Android application, that allows the host to share a playlist of music tracks with guests connected to the WIFI. When connected to the app, guests can vote for music tracks in real-time, so as to influence the playing order of the music.

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Smart blind cane

Academic Year 2015/2016

In this project, the students have designed a real-time embedded system for assisting blind persons to safely walk in known or unknown environments. It consists in an Arduino-based embedded system, attached to a regular blind cane, and equiped with various distributed sensors (ultrasound, tactile sensor, IMU) and cameras. This project has been led in collaboration with l’Espace Handicap, a department at the Université de Rouen Normandie in charge of assisting the students with disabilities.

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Mouse Tracker

Academic Year 2015/2016

The Mouse Tracker project is a request from a psychology and neuroscience lab. In order to study the behavior of mice, an experimental framework/device needed to be designed. The goal is to track, record, display and analyze the mouse moves on a plane surface, when the surface undergoes movements provoking the mouse to be unsteady.

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Medical image segmentation with shape prior (research project)

Academic Year 2014/2015

This project is part of ongoing research at the LITIS lab on medical imaging. The idea is to build a statistical prior using a manifold learning technique (Diffusion Maps) and include it in a graph cut framework. Final goal was to segment the right ventricle in cardiac magnetic resonance images. Thanks to the valuable work of the Master student we were able to demonstrate the feasability of such an approach and published the results in:

A. Mendoza and C. Petitjean. Shape prior based image segmentation using manifold learning. In IEEE Image Processing Theory, Tools and Applications (IPTA), Orléans, France , pages 137-142, 2015.

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Flashlike

Academic Year 2014/2015

The FlashLike projects is also a request from an company. The goal is to allow local business owners to boost the presence of their facility (shop, restaurant, hotel, etc) on the internet. A platform is set up by the students, as well as a mobile application and a website. Platform members can produce a QR-code via the website, and display it on the frontdoor of their facility. The QR-code can be then scanned via the developped android app by the customers - which allows the customers to give their opinion straightforwardly. The member may then check his personal statistics regarding the customer opinions. A recommandation system paired with a Google Map, based on correlation analysis of customer profiles, allows to make some suggestions about other facilities to the customers.

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