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BDEA-E2016 Gender Kinect LED-Lighting Machine Learning Student Project Walking
 

By simply taking a walk in front of this machine, it will be able to tell your gender based on how you look and how you move. The machine will then respond back with lights, based on what it sees. To make the machine we used Machine Learning and a Kinect.

As a human being, when we look at another person, one of the first things we identify and categorize is the gender of that person. Most of the time it takes us less than a second before we without doubt know if the person is male or female.
Within the last decades a discussion on the generalization of ourselves has been increasingly debated. At the same time the intelligence of machines is getting ever smarter, raising the possibility of having machines being a part of this discussion.
We therefore introduced this thought by making a machine that has some of the aspects of our own ability to categorize humans. By simply taking a walk in front of our machine, it will be able to tell your gender based on how you move. The machine will then respond back with lights, based on what it sees. To make the machine we used Machine Learning and a Kinect.


Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Jakob Uttenthal Israelsen
Bachelor Student:  Rasmus Iven Strømsted
Bachelor Student:  Peter Lang Spedtsberg
Bachelor Student:  Alyssa Kasey Baker
Bachelor Student:  Courtney Ama Rogers

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© Jakob Uttenthal Israelsen, Peter Lang Spedtsberg, Rasmus Iven Strømsted, Alyssa Kasey Baker, Courtney Ama Rogers
contents on this page is published under the following license


Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Jakob Uttenthal Israelsen
Bachelor Student:  Rasmus Iven Strømsted
Bachelor Student:  Peter Lang Spedtsberg
Bachelor Student:  Alyssa Kasey Baker
Bachelor Student:  Courtney Ama Rogers

Legal

© Jakob Uttenthal Israelsen, Peter Lang Spedtsberg, Rasmus Iven Strømsted, Alyssa Kasey Baker, Courtney Ama Rogers
contents on this page is published under the following license


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Jamie the Genderbot 2016