We designed a computer program that monitors the user's eye movements through a camera and calculates where the user is looking at on the monitor screen.
A small, Arduino-compatible development board for the UNL community.
We are investigating how spatial reasoning skills as measured by the mental cutting test (MCT) relate to EE problem solving.
We're developing a deep network that can track the behavior of livestock to decrease antibiotic load and improve animal health.
We partner with the Advanced Surgical Technologies Lab to build out computer vision solutions to some of the toughest surgical robotics problems
MERT — The Madonna expiratory respiratory trainer — helps rehabilitate stroke patients who struggle with breath control.
We are conducting educational research in determining whether an abstraction threshold exists for students enrolled in different EE courses.
Using Microsoft Kinect depth cameras and UWB localization, we're helping NASA figure out how much space astronauts need in space.
Angelos is a low-cost wireless sensor network that helps doctors keep track of the behaviors and activities of their patients while they're at home.
A small, low-cost stereoscopic camera
We’re using the AscTec Pelican UAV to do autonomous inventorying using LIDAR-based SLAM and a long-range RFID reader.
A simple variable-frequency pulse generator for synchronizing multiple cameras
PSRG started as an Information Theory research group — check out some of our core contributions to this fundamental field.