The Smart Sensing for Humans (SmaSH) Lab develops innovative sensing systems to solve problems of immediate impact related to health, accessibility, novel interactions, activity recognition, and technologies for the developing world. We are an interdisciplinary team of students who tackle challenging research problems and develop impactful solutions using our expertise in hardware development, signal processing, computer vision, and machine learning. We build and evaluate deployable solutions and test their utility in the real world.

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Using Existing Video and Audio-based Activity Recognition Models to Bootstrap Privacy-Sensitive Sensors
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Human Body Pose Tracking Using Magnetic and Inertial Sensor Fusion
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Using Unconstrained Passive Sensing for an Objective Measurement of Hyperactivity in Children