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Vibration Analysis: The "Wave" of the Future

Vibration Analysis: The "Wave" of the Future

Soon, banks may not need cameras to spot criminals. That's because CEE Assistant Professor Hae Young Noh is developing ways to record and track people's footsteps. The project, which is a collaboration with associate research professor Pei Zhang (ECE - CMU Silicon Valley) and associate professor Lin Zhang (Tsinghua University), involves analyzing the data collected from floor sensors. "Usually people don't think about it," she says, "how much information they are giving out by just walking around." Continue Reading...


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