Real time object identification technology

Real time object identification technology

Researchers at the University of St Andrews developed a real time object identification technology. It works by placing an object on a small radar sensor. Device, called RadarCat (Radar Categorisation for Input and Interaction), can learnĀ to recognise different objects and materials, a soda bottleĀ to a robot, and can even identify individual body parts.

Image I used for this blog post is from Terminator (movie released in 1984), when this was sci-fi.

Object recognition and identification setup

Real time object identification setup
Real time object identification setup

 

Real time object identification technology in action

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