UROP Proceedings 2020-21

School of Engineering Department of Computer Science and Engineering 128 Human-Drone Interaction Supervisor: HUI Pan / CSE Student: HUANG Yiming / COGBM Course: UROP2100, Spring Nowadays the drone has been applied in multiple scenarios of society, especially the part which might need to face with some fatal dangers that may cause the loss of human’s life. However, the controllability of the drone is still an existing challenge that needs to be improved demandingly, in which the evaluation of the drone control system is the most difficult part which may consume the drone and other control devices. Therefore, a solution of building a virtual testing environment comes, which is based on the existing computer software like unreal and unity, by simulating the physical condition and the complex flying environment inside the simulator and collecting the data such as finishing time of each flying task and the collision information of the flying process, analyzing the collected data and then updated the existing control system and algorithm of the drone. Human-Drone Interaction Supervisor: HUI Pan / CSE Student: LI Wenbo / COMP Course: UROP2100, Spring Augmented Reality (AR) is a popular human-computer interaction technology that merges virtual objects into the real world. As the motion sensors built into mobile phones, this technology has become increasingly accessible to the users. This also enables Web pages to provide immersive Augmented Reality Experiences, which is called WebAR. This project will dive into the concepts, design and development of XR, especially AR, via notes made during the learning process, followed by concluding the work I did for paper crawling to construct an AR survey, as well as reporting the progress of the WebAR project I am doing based on the materials learned and proposing further work to be done with the project. Machine Learning on Wearable Devices Supervisor: HUI Pan / CSE Student: CAI Shi Zhan / DSCT Course: UROP1100, Fall In every year, there are many impressive papers published on ACM proceeding. We might want to know what the most popular trend in each year is, so this project intended to crawl the papers from the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) library and then analyse them. In this project, we mainly focused on the symposiums on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) from 2011 to 2020.