Researchers can detect human shapes and movements using Wi-Fi

23/01/2023 | Vice

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have successfully detected 3D shapes and people's movements in a room through Wi-Fi routers. The system called "DensePose," was created by a London-based team of researchers and Facebook AI researchers. Carnegie Mellon said the team "developed a deep neural network that maps Wi-Fi signals' phase and amplitude sent and received by routers to coordinates on human bodies."

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