Henrik Christensen (Interactive Computing) discusses how the autonomous robots him and his colleagues have created help humans better understand their surroundings in dangerous situations.
Beki Grinter's (Interactive Computing) Kermit makes network speeds easily visible to consumers.
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences has named Henrik Christensen (Interactive Computing) to the Robotics Technology Consortium’s Board of Directors. Source: Office of Communications
Thad Starner (Interactive Computing) is working on the Cetacean Hearing and Telemetry (CHAT) project whose goal is to facilitate two-way communication between humans and dolphins.
As part of the CHAT project, Thad Starner's (Interactive Computing) computer program will go down with research divers. The program will try to recognize dolphin sounds and create responses in real time.
Beki Grinter and Marshini Chetty (Interactive Computing) launch Kermit, a new tool that allows people to see and limit the bandwidth being consumed by every device used in a household.
Georgia Tech's Thad Starner (Interactive Computing) and the Wild Dolphin Project have developed a project called Cetacean Hearing and Telemetry (CHAT) in hopes of creating a new language that both humans and dolphins can understand.
Researchers will begin learning and cataloging dolphin sounds this summer using Thad Starner's (Interactive Computing) software as part of the CHAT project.
The purpose of the CHAT project co-created by Thad Starner (Interactive Computing) and Denise Herzing is to not only receive and translate into English noises from dolphins, but also emit noises so researchers can communicate back.
Thad Starner (Interactive Computing) is analyzing recordings to find distinct clicks and whistles that represent core units of dolphin communication as part of the Cetacean Hearing and Telemetry (CHAT) project.