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A summer at MIT

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I am going to give a brief introduction to the MIT Media Lab where I worked for three months over the summer 2006. Following some personal observations I will talk about the Huggable project by the Robotic Life Group which I was involved in and which we demoed at SigGraph. My work was in the area of pattern recognition. Despite the different signals, the problem I solved was related to my personal research interest in affect recognition. I am going to outline some of the methods I used and how they improved my own research results.

Time permitting I will also show some pictures of the time I spent at Boston, New York and California.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Graphics Seminars series.

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