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Honda Visiting Scientist Morimichi Nishigaki gives final presentation


Mr. Morimichi Nishigaki, ISR's current visiting scientist from Honda R&D, Japan, gave his final presentation on July 22. His topic was "Ego-Motion Estimation Using Fewer Image Feature Points," based on his research with Professor Yiannis Aloimonos (CS) on 3-D image reconstruction for video images. Mr. Nishigaki is an engineer interested in researching obstacle recognition using stereo images, a technology that could improve drive support and collision prevention systems for vehicles. He will be returning to Japan in the next few weeks. More information about ISR’s Visiting Scientists Program

—July 2004

July 1, 2004


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