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In various businesses and services, there is a need for tight integration between visual media, human response to that media, and coordination of that response. For example, emergency responders may need information from a separate perspective using robotically controlled cameras in order to improve coordination efforts. The aim of this project is to design a low cost, high performance video streaming device. The essential feature of our design is to wirelessly send a video stream from a webcam to a micro-display and remotely control the orientation of the webcam using head movements. There are many future applications for this project including target recognition, blind spot detection, robotics, human studies, and security. Future improvements include the utilization of a transparent screen using OLED technology, power aware computing, data overlay onto the image displayed to the user, and a more ergonomic electronic solution.

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electrical and computer engineering, head movements


Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering

Faculty Advisor/Mentor

Robert Klenke

VCU Capstone Design Expo Posters


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Date of Submission

August 2015

Head-Tracking Wireless Streaming Device