R3D3

R3D3

ROLLING RECEPTIONIST ROBOT WITH DOUBLE DUTCH DIALOGUE

Inspired by Star Wars’ R2D2, we are developing an even more advanced robot. R3D3 takes the form of a receptionist robot that can have an intelligent dialogue with the visitors of a museum, shop or office building. The R3D3 project addresses scientific ICT challenges in the areas of computer vision, spoken language interaction, and data processing.

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Brainview

Integrated view on disruptions of early brain development

As part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie ITN called Brainview, VicarVision is developing Baby FaceReader, a state of the art system to automatically detect infant facial expressions. Together with university and industry partners across Europe, Baby FaceReader will be used to address questions in developmental psychology related to affect and developmental disorders such as ASD.

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CONCORT

CONSUMER COMPETENCE TRAINING

As part of CONCORT, VicarVision will expolore whether emotion regulation is at the core of consumer competence. The project explores uses cases for FaceReader, VicarVision’s state-of-the-art system to automatically code adult faces as well as improving and expanding the capabilities of that system

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Empathic Products

Empathic Products

INTENTION AND EMOTION AWARE PRODUCTS

The success or failure of applications and services is greatly determined by User Experience (UX). While careful UX design has proven beneficial, it is surprising how few efforts have been made to measure and respond to user experience after deploying the application.

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TNO-SBIR

VIDEO ANALYTICS PROJECT

VicarVision develops video analytics solutions for robust real-time detection of moving people for day-night surveillance based on the analysis of their motion patterns, based on expertise from the project partner TNO (the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research).

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WPSS

WPSS

WATCHING PEOPLE SECURITY SERVICES

People’s behavior is what enables us to recognize threats and risks, victims and perpetrators. Where safety is required, cameras can be used to monitor these behaviors. As the number of used cameras is increasing, it is becoming clear that there are not enough people to monitor their output.

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