New tool for virtual and augmented reality uses ‘deep learning’

by | Jun 22, 2016

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Future systems that allow people to interact with virtual environments will require computers to interpret the human hand’s nearly endless variety and complexity of changing motions and joint angles.

In virtual and augmented reality, the user…..

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Chiho Choi

Chiho Choi

Chiho Choi is currently working at Honda Research Laboratory, Palo Alto, CA. He received his degree of Ph.D. in the school of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. Dr. Choi received a B.S. from Hanyang University, Korea in 2011, and a M.S. from University of Southern California, in 2013. His research interest lies at the intersection of machine learning and computer vision. He broadly builds machine learning algorithms in a practical way for computer vision systems. Currently,Choi is working as a research assistant in the Computational Design and Innovation Lab led by Professor Karthik Ramani, focusing on human shape interaction. [Personal Website][LinkedIn]