ISAACS is an open-source project to envision new ways for human users to intuitively interface and collaborate with aerial drones around augmented reality (AR) technologies.
ISAACS utilizes real-time SLAM solutions to localize the 3D coordinates of aerial vehicles and the operators wearing HoloLens. The first version of the platform will be developed in collaboration also with DJI based on the Matrice-100 platform.
The AR/VR Design Experience track in the EECS Master of Engineering program creates a multi-disciplinary curriculum that offers students a comprehensive education and research experience in the emerging field of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.
This research group is interested in computer vision, robotics, tele-immersive communications, and modeling of cyber-physical systems.
Our ongoing research activities entail human-robot cooperation, human activity recognition from multi-modal data, development of individualized musculoskeletal models, quantification of human performance, remote monitoring in health care and its privacy and security considerations, and modeling of driver interaction in semi-autonomous vehicles. Tele-immersion group is lead by Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy. The lab located in Sutardja Dai Hall, Room #133.
OpenARK is an open-source wearable augmented reality (AR) system founded at UC Berkeley in 2016. The C++ based software offers innovative core functionalities to power a wide range of off-the-shelf AR components, including see-through glasses, depth cameras, and IMUs. The open-source platform includes fundamental tools such as AR-based camera calibration and SLAM, and it also includes higher-level functions to aid human-computer interaction, such as 3D gesture recognition and multi-user collaboration. We welcome interested industry partners to join our alliance to support the Open ARK platform.
Congratulations to the Pengram Team
for winning 1st place in this competition!