Researching and developing a framework that protects users' visual data when using augmented reality applications will improve privacy and security.
Robert LiKamWa is an assistant professor at Arizona State University, appointed in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering (AME) and the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE).
Total projects: 10
Lowering image sensor latency will allow mobile vision tasks to minimize power while remaining accurate.
Creating a way to remove unimportant pixels from an image reduces the energy cost of performing computer vision tasks.
Protecting augmented reality users against data aggregation will allow developers and users to adopt this new technology confidently.
Developing a camera pose estimator using LEDs as markers will help create immersive AR experiences in classroom education.