Seungyeop Han, Rajalakshmi, Matthai Philipose, Arvind Krishnamurthy, and David Wetherall
Emerging wearable devices provide a new opportunity for mobile context-aware applications to use continuous audio/video sensing data as primitive inputs. Due to the highdatarate and compute-intensive nature of the inputs, it is important to design frameworks and applications to be efficient. We present the GlimpseData framework to collect and analyze data for studying continuous high-datarate mobile perception. As a case study, we show that we can use lowpowered sensors as a filter to avoid sensing and processing video for face detection. Our relatively simple mechanism avoids processing roughly 60% of video frames while missing only 10% of frames with faces in them.
|Published in||Workshop on Physical Analytics|
|Publisher||ACM – Association for Computing Machinery|
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