Summer REU Presentation: Real-time Object Detection for AR-aided Language Learning

Jeremy Suh, Grand Challenges in Engineering NSF REU Fellow at the Pratt School of Engineering, who has spent his summer in the I^3T Lab, has presented a poster and a demo of his work at the Duke University summer REU showcase.

Jeremy with his mentors, Tim Scargill and Lin Duan.

Jeremy’s research centered on showcasing how edge computing-supported object detection can be used as part of augmented reality (AR) applications in foreign language learning. The framework Jeremy has created will be used as a foundation for a range of semantically aware AR applications that are being developed in the lab.

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