The technology behind MIT's walls now exceeds its boundaries [Video]

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                                             MIT RF-Pose



Massachusetts Institute of Technology or short MIT is working on a technology that shows the back of the walls since 2013. The ending point for this technology is indeed the admiration . .

It is useful to look at the past history before the last minute. MIT, in 2013, the antagonism Wi-Di came out with a technology named. This technology was able to detect people behind the walls via low-cost Wi-Fi signals . In 2015, the agency announced its new system named RF Capture . The new system, based on its other infrastructure, was still working through WiFi signals. then the technology that could identify people in the room with the reflection of the human body by the wireless signals sent from behind the wall or the door would have made great noise . Because the system is somewhat unclear, the people inside the room can distinguish each other and even remove their body positions. The researchers, who determined that every human body gave different reflection reactions to the signals, could detect instant hand movements even without visual contact.

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The last system MIT has come to in the process is called RF-Pose . Using the same infrastructure as the above, the system is now utilizing artificial intelligence . This specially trained artificial intelligence can visualize very precisely the people and movements behind the walls and the signals they now perceive. The system that creates colorful human objects from the collected data can extract detailed motion analysis from behind the wall . This system, as far as I can tell, has many potential uses. Among them is the first health . In other words, a military espionage is aimed at tracking very sick people. It is very logical and nice to do this on the paper without violating the privacy of patients . It is said that the system is also good for remote monitoring of elderly people who are left alone at home. Tracking a person without a camera and a microphone (against falling or other situations) removes many question marks. It is also said that the system is of great importance for search and rescue activities .


MIT surprised the technology behind the walls

Using wireless signals, the system that can identify even a group of 100 people with an 83 percent success rate is still in development phase . The introduction video of the system is on the page.




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