The process of tracking human anatomy in computer vision is referred to pose estimation, and it is used in fields ranging from gaming to surveillance.
The results, obtained with exposure times down to 2 ms (equivalent to 500 FPS) and in signal-to-background (SBR) ratios as low as 0. 05, point to the advantages of providing the CNN with full histogram data rather than point clouds alone.
The network is designed for a SPAD camera operating in a dual-mode such that it captures alternate low resolution depth and high resolution intensity images at high frame rates, thus the system does not require any additional sensor to provide intensity images.
A remote-sensing system that can determine the position of hidden objects has applications in many critical real-life scenarios, such as search and rescue missions and safe autonomous driving.