|TED Talk Analytics||
We reveal a secret to outstanding performance in public speaking through analysis of over 2000 TED Talks. Our analysis shows for positive ratings, it is important to make changes in emotions throughout the storyline. These “narrative trajectories” are capable to influence the perception of the audience by inducing various emotional experience for the audience. We can objectively measure these narrative trajectories and as a result, we can predict the public speaking performance automatically.
AutoManner is an intelligent interface that can automatically (unsupervised) extract human gestures using Microsoft Kinect to make speakers aware of their mannerisms.
GUI CodeInteractive Demo:
A Google Glass based solution to provide live feedback to the speaker regarding their public speaking performance. We utilized the state of the art knowledge to minimize the distraction level while designing the feedback scheme.
|FEPS||An android based solution for the blind people to understand other people’s facial expressions.||Paper|
|Facial Action||A face tracker to extract various facial features.||Code|
|Facial Feature Detector||A “LaplacianFace” approach for detecting spectacles in face
|iVISA||This is a contribution to the field of “Interactive Machine Learning” before the field even existed (I implemented it in 2010). The goal of the system is to annotate the landmark points on a picture of a human face in a semi-automatic fashion. The system automatically predicts the landmark points and the user adjusts them. This gradually improves the prediction model. The system uses Active Shape Model (ASM) for prediction of landmark points.
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|Review Miner||A project that I did for my Data Mining class at the University of Memphis in the end of 2009. Implementation of a Naive Bayes classifier to classify good and bad reviews. Implemented in Java.||Download|
In addition, please check the following pages for an up-to-date list of my projects and open-sourced repositories:
|All of my MATLAB codes uploaded in Mathworks File exchange||File exchange link|
Old Visual Basic Programs
|Drama by MS Agents [Just for Fun]||It is a small program to parse a customized drama script and animate the characters according to the script. It can show some limited animations based on the characters. I made this program back in 2002 using Microsoft Agents Discontinued from Windows 7 [Update: The date in the post has been reset to 2015 after a massive data crash in planet source code]||Planet-source-code Link|
|Fourier Plotter||In my sophomore years (2004), I became so enthusiastic on the nature and properties of Fourier Series that I started coding this software to check whether actually the sine and cosine terms can constitute any periodic function.||Planet-Source-Code Link Setup for Windows|
|Equation Plotter||I have forgotten actually when I started making this program. At that time I didn’t have any tool for plotting equations. So I started creating one from scratch.||Setup for Windows|