This website shows the fancy part of me (before 2016.3). You can find the serious and latest me from my CV. I am now living in LA, studying Computer Graphics and Vision in USC as a PHD student, under the supervision of Dr. Hao Li. In the spare time, I love singing, dancing, painting and playing Ukulele.
This is an ongoing project.
Inspired by the hologram system in manga "Psycho Pass" I design the Pmomo (projection mapping on movable object) system to create the phantasm of real-world objects being covered with virtual exteriors. As supporting 6-DOF object motion, the system can keep tracking the object and projecting 3D texture on its surface in real-time. Meanwhile, occlusions are culled from projection as to improve the sense of realism. In the picture left, the models held in the user' hands were originally white but now rendered with vivid textures by projection.
For watching the demonstration videos (better with sound on):
It is a cloud powered magic that enable users to grab pictures and music directly from the screen, carrying around the data and put them 'into' other smart devices. Through hand commands, the files are transferred from device-to-device without any extra equipment. For watching the videos:
is an android app that makes painting a new way of communication. It allows users to do synchronous
painting and picture transmission on more than three Android
devices via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. To make it more fun, Clio also generates special effects when 'telepathy' happens between the users.
For downloading the apps and watching the video:
In the field of human motion recognition methods, the objective of this research is to transform motions into images and accurately recognize the motion images, under very small training sets.
I developed this software to create a windows application that can make the avatars follow the facial and body actions of the users in real time. In the left picture, I am controlling 'Sponge Bob' to perform funny actions of nodding and laughing. My method is building several key facial expression models, and morphing them into a new expression according to the facial coefficients tracked by Kinect.
AVAT is a medical application based on Kinect, and it can offer multiple self-catering vision test items, including: visual acuity test, chromatoptometry test and stereopsis vision test. It is very easy and convenient for hospital and home usage. Plus, AVAT can track the vision test results, helping the specialists to assess the change of visual condition, e.g. parents willing to monitor the vision acuity of their children. With the popularization of the AVAT system in medical institutions, schools and communities, it could solve the issue of the overloaded physical examinations in China.
When I was ten, I was brought to a music professor to learn singing and piano, for my mother believed that learning music would give me extra points for being enrolled in top-ranking schools. And music did help me in that way: nine years later, I got the highest score for vocal category as a music special student of Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
But music also help me in another, while more important way. Before learning music, I was a very shy girl, quiet and immersed in my own little world. But music opened a door for me, digging out the shining part of me. It explored my talent, gave me the confidence of expressing myself; and through the life in choirs, I have enjoyed the fun of being surrounded by people who share the same interest and aspiration to endeavor together for wonderful shows.
I am now the deputy head of the SJTU Student Choir since 2014. Every year our choir helds concerts at home and abroad. We have been to many countries in Europe and America. As a high-level choir, we have been the 1st prize winner of national competition for three times in succession.
My singing records:
In the summer of 2012, I traveled to Sweden with my university's choir and chanced upon this beautiful lake in our way leaving. When I came back home, I painted the view I saw.
I am now taking Chinese painting courses in my university. The pictures below are my painting exercises.
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In this work, I restored the details of the ancient painting, and adding my own creativity into the lines.