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Rajwa Alharthi (PhD candidate) won the third price


Rajwa Alharthi (PhD candidate) won the third price at the Faculty of Engineering students’ posters competition in the technology for digital transformation of society category for her work on “Recognizing Human Needs using Machine Learning Powered Psychology-Based Framework”

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Mixed Reality and Quality of Experience

[Mixed Reality]: To the best of our knowledge, there are currently no well-recognized models for measuring the quality-of-experience (QoE) of a holographic mixed reality multimedia device, we present a QoE framework and model it with a fuzzy-inference-system (FIS) to quantitatively evaluate the Microsoft HoloLens. This work was published by IEEE Multimedia (early access for now). Want to know more details? please go to:

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8509121

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Digital Twin @ Ottawa Artificial Intelligence Alliance

My vision of “Digital Twin: AI for Multimedia Computing” triggered interesting discussions during Ottawa Artificial Intelligence Alliance Workshop on Oct. 19, 2018 @NRC, Ottawa (https://lnkd.in/eu8ZB7J)

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keynote speaker “Digital Twin: the Convergence of Multimedia Technology”

Honoured to be a keynote speaker today talking about “Digital Twin: the Convergence of Multimedia Technology” at the 4th IEEE Smart World Congress (2018)  see: http://www.smart-world.org/2018/ks.php 

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[Mixed Reality]: HoloLens’ performance

[Mixed Reality]:  We conducted a series of experiments to quantitatively evaluate the Microsoft HoloLens’ performance in head localization, real environment reconstruction, spatial mapping, hologram visualization, and speech recognition.  The full paper was published by IEEE Multimedia (early access for now), which can be downloaded from:

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8493267