David Przewozny

David Przewozny is a research associate and senior developer at the Immersive Media & Communication group in the Vision & Imaging Technologies department.

His R&D activities are related to the following keywords: computer vision, finger-, hand-, head- and body recognition and tracking, spatial gesture interpretation, gestural, multimodal and contact-free human-computer interaction.

For further details about his activities please check the subsections below.

Biography

Biography

David Przewozny is computer vision developer. His research is focused on humans in front of the camera. Using different types of cameras, e.g. low cost, high speed or depth cameras, he demonstrated how to preserve privacy while sharing presence information, tracking eyes for 3D displays or analyze the gait of older persons.

However analyzing the hands of the user in front of the machine (computer) is his main research focus. Currently he develops a multi-modal interaction system for intensive care units. Mouse, touch, proximity, hand postures, hand gestures, head gestures as well as speech recognition are combined to support care givers in using the medical devices faster and easier than before.

Together with Rene de la Barre and Siegmund Pastoor he received the Josef Fraunhofer Award in 2006.

David Przewozny received the Dipl.-Ing. in computer science from Technical University of Berlin in 1999.

Publications

Publications

Patents

Patents

Patents

  • DE102012209664 Vorrichtung und Verfahren zum Kalibrieren von Trackingsystemen
  • EP2472889 Method for the autostereoscopic presentation of image information with adaptation to suit changes in the head position of the observer
  • DE102006031799 Verfahren zur autostereoskopischen Darstellung von Bildinformationen mit einer Anpassung an Änderungen der Kopfposition des Betrachters
  • DE10339314 Verfahren zur Anzeigesteuerung von unterschiedlichen Informationen in einem Fahrzeug und optoakustische Informationseinheit
  • DE102012209664Vorrichtung und Verfahren zum Kalibrieren von Trackingsystemen
  • EP2472889 Method for the autostereoscopic presentation of image information with adaptation to suit changes in the head position of the observer