SnapLink is a image-based appliance control system. It allows users to capture an image of an appliance using a smartphone to identify and and overlays its control interface. It uses image localization to identify the specific instance of the appliance, and is optimized to perform minimal computation and use context information for both accurate and fast responses. [github]
Poster Abstract: Intuitive Appliance Identification using Image Matching in Smart Buildings
Kaifei Chen, John Kolb, Jonathan Fürst, Dezhi Hong, and Randy H. Katz.
BuildSys '15 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Conference on Embedded Systems for Energy-Efficient Built Environments, November 2015. [pdf]
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