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PULSE DETECTION USING SUBTLE MOTIONS OF THE BODY
PULSE DETECTION USING SUBTLE MOTIONS OF THE BODY

PULSE DETECTION USING SUBTLE MOTIONS OF THE BODY

Imperceptible variations in human body when magnified can give information of the state of a person like heart beat rate, which can be used for diagnosis.One change that happen in the human body due to blood circulation or rhythmic beat of the heart is the change in color of the skin.If the spatial flow patterns of the blood can be extracted from a sequence of images or video, pulse rate can be estimated. This work aims at implementing a low-cost pulse rate detector which can detect heart beat from video


(3.1) Video Acquisition

19 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Amalnath Sathyan

Video acquisition unit consists of a high resolution camera. Even though the video acquired seems to be static, subtle changes in the blood flow beneaththe human skin creates change in colour and undetectable motions on the skin surface. These change...

PROPOSED METHODOLOGY

19 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Amalnath Sathyan

The basic block diagram of the proposed Eulerian Video Magnification based pulse rate detection unit is shown in Fig. 3.1

RELATED WORKS

13 May 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Amalnath Sathyan

(2.1) Video Magnification Motion Magnification   Motion in the visual medium can be represented in terms of amplitude, temporal and spatial variations. The subtle motion that cannot be seen by human eyes can reveal details like deformations, exter...

INTRODUCTION TO THE PROJECT

12 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Amalnath Sathyan

 Present-day high-performance imagery equipment allows the capture of images with as high as 6Mhz frame rate that enables the capture and analysis of physical phenomena such as neural activity and shock waves[2] to deforestation and effects of global...

What To Expect In The Coming Posts On This Blog !!! (Contents)

12 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Amalnath Sathyan

  (1) INTRODUCTION TO THE PROJECT   (2) RELATED WORKS (2.1) Video Magnification   (3) PROPOSED METHODOLOGY (3.1) Video acquisition(3.2) Eulerian Video Magnification unit(3.3) Brightness Estimation(3.4) Band-pass Filtering(3.5) FFT(3.6) Peak Det...

ABSTRACT OF THE PROJECT

12 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Amalnath Sathyan

   The temporal variation in raw video which cannot be detected by human eye contains information that can be used in the medical field for diagnosis. These temporal variations can be extracted effectively using Eulerian Video Magnification(EVM), a r...