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Title:Face and emotion recognition in iCub robot environment
Author(s):Zhou, Yichen
Contributor(s):Levinson, Stephen
Subject(s):face recognition
emotion recognition
Abstract:For robots to interact with humans, it is important that they have the ability to perceive information from both audio and visual signals. The project is designed to let the robot point to the person in the simulation environment based on vocal commands. The vocal commands could be either names or emotions. The project mainly lies in two parts, the face recognition and the facial expression recognition. Once given a name, we should recognize the person and send the coordinates in the camera frame back to the robot. Once given an emotion, we would recognize the face of the person whose facial expression is most likely presenting that specific emotion and send the coordinates in the camera frame back to the robot.
Issue Date:2019-05
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-06-19

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