While we’re always looking for more projects, our members come in, learn a lot, and inevitably, graduate. Projects come and go, but we don’t forget them. Here are all the projects that we have worked on, but are no longer active. If you have any questions about these projects, please feel free to contact the former project leads, or contact one of our permanent staff (PIs and Staff Engineers).
Documenting ancient shipwrecks using 3D reconstruction, stereo imaging, and Structure from Motion
The autonomous bird collision monitor (“Angry Birds”) is a compact ecological research tool for biologists studying bird strikes against plate glass
Developing low-frequency microphones for monitoring elephant activity in collaboration with the San Diego Zoo
Collaboration with the San Diego Zoo to create computer vision algorithms for autonomous tiger tracking
Collaboration with the California Wolf Center to develop a mobile terrestrial wolf monitoring vehicle
Aerial bird nest tracking for habitat monitoring
Monitoring the regrowth of native plant life in the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy via aerial surveys and 3D reconstruction