|Photo by Kevin Yiming Chen © Copyright 2013 Kevin Yiming Chen|
In the turmoil that followed the hackathon (taking a weekend off of schoolwork and research has consequences), it slipped my mind to post our project!
We created Polyglass. A Google Glass application that analyzes the video in slow motion using the Eulerian magnification algorithm to calculate the human pulse from a video frame in quasi-real-time. Using video alone, we achieve the same functionality as a polygraph.
The picture below is a demo of our project; it compares the original video frame to the frame processed by Eulerian Magnification. This processing is an implementation of the Eulerian Magnification framework published by MIT.
Portions of our source are on Kartik’s github.