You look like an idiot (in a funny way) VR/AR/MR has been actively developing these years. We have seen Facebook Oculus leading VR, Google ARCore and Apple ARKit leading AR (not particularly using a head-mounted display but I'm sure there will be one), and Microsoft Hololens leading MR. In the end they could all become… Continue reading Wearing VR/AR/MR Headsets Can be Not So Weird
There's been a hype about foldable phones. While it's awesome to see screens that can actually fold, and there are softwares supporting this feature, I do not see foldable phones have much future. The key problem is now the phone has to be as twice as big, based on current implementations. Also, there is only… Continue reading Regarding foldable phones
So far we have seen so many machine learning (ML) papers in computer vision, from object detections to activity recognitions. There have been tons of papers doing the good, and the same that many are doing the bad thing, namely adversarial ML. Many papers are now following the trend to attack existing well-trained ML models.… Continue reading Adversarial ML in Wireless?
Just an idea. Today, machine learning or deep learning largely rely on the data, the volume of data. If we have millions of images of a single object, we can train the model and eventually approximate a function that maps the image into the object. The resulting model could be complicated, requiring multiple layers of neurons… Continue reading Incomplete data causes complicated learning model?
Smartphones and wearables are now waterproof. This is great. It means we can shower without taking off the smartwatch; we can swim but won't miss messages/notifications; and we can surf and still pick up phone calls even if the device dropped in water. All these sound great, but touch screens are water-unfriendly. Whenever there is some water on… Continue reading Control Smartphones and Wearables Under Water
Google Home is coming out today. It is getting super excited to see that Google is using its cutting-edge technology on smart home, just like Amazon Echo and Samsung Atrik. What is interesting about Google Home is that we see many other opportunities other than just voice commands. While security is surely one thing (and… Continue reading Google Home and Project Soli = ?
I was having this idea for a long long time. Yesterday my friends and I were talking about it again. Well, apparently others have done so, if you Google it. Below is a very short list of things I found online (there are tons of apps and companies doing so). https://www.camio.com/ http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/use-old-smartphone-tablet-security-camera/ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mantishrimp.salienteye But it occurs to me to… Continue reading Turn Stale SmartPhone Into SecCamera?
Love this song, especially the whistle part. Below is the original.