Towards Breathing as a Sensing Modality in Depth-Based Activity Recognition

Towards Breathing as a Sensing Modality in Depth-Based Activity Recognition

Towards Breathing as a Sensing Modality in Depth-Based Activity Recognition | Ubiquitous Computing

Depth imaging has, through recent technological advances, become ubiquitous as products become smaller, more affordable, and more precise. Depth cameras have also emerged as a promising modality for activity recognition as they allow detection of users’ body joints and postures…

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