Crossing physical security with the convenience of the automated world.
We turn a single piece of paper into a trackpad for your computer. No wires or anything, just a plain piece of paper
An assistive tool for the partially sighted, using computer vision, AR and audio feedback.
Saving lives ... one drone at a time
Pathos helps autistic people develop their social skills through a patient-therapist training app and biofeedback.
Using Amazon Echo to track people or objects with a drone
exif, face recognation, archiving images
An application that plays music to match your mood.
Home Automation the way it's supposed to be
Making lives simpler and the world more connected
With our project, we introduce a truly revolutionary way to secure hardware, networks, and databases: the human face.
Find a library seat every time
We'll help you match the face to the name
A program that filters images based on bluriness
An application to determine the distance from the camera to any object in realtime.
Shelfie will use cameras to count how much supply for each brand of drink is in a cooler.
Guide robot made to replace a personal dog for the visual and sound impaired.
Hydroponic Embed-Controlled Resource Base
Resistor Color Band Reader
Situation descriptor using Google Cloud Vision API and Rasberry Pi which doubles as a home automation system.
Detection -> Recognition -> Translation
An IRL guildbank - a physical box that tracks which objects each user put in and took out.
Bartenders suck. Francesco doesn't. He will pour you a drink until you smile, literally.