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BoB

Building Information Modelling (BIM) allows making elaborate, information-rich models of building designs. However, there is no easy way yet to couple these models to what is actually happening on-site, during a construction. The BoB project aims to create a 2-way link between BIM models and the actual building, improving building efficiency and avoiding costly errors IPI researches camera networks and cross-modal 3D matching to link on-site camera images with 4D BIM models to estimate construction progress in highly challenging environments. ICON project, 1/2022 – 12/2023

HoloWrist

Holographic Skeletons for Wrist Surgery: The goal of HoloWrist is to use augmented reality to accurately show the location of a patient's wrist bones during surgery. This will be done by creating a hologram of the patient's wrist bones (e.g. from their CT scan) and using augmented reality headsets (e.g. Microsoft's HoloLens) to display the hologram on the patient's wrist. IPI's focus is on motion tracking to ensure the hologram is aligned to the patient throughout the surgery. FWO, 1/2022 – 12/2024

Vision-in-the-loop

The VIL project aims to improve print quality, reduce waste, and cut the cost of additive metal manufacturing ICON project, 4/2020 - 3/2022

MoCCha-CT

This project develops tools for X-ray imaging of dynamic processes in materials, with the goal of helping materials scientists to develop better and more sustainable materials. IPI's focus is on developing algorithms capable of handling large 3D datasets including research on GPU processing, (ROI) CT reconstruction, and efficient optimization algorithms with the emphasis on huge amounts of data. FWO-SBO, 1/2018 – 12/2022

Flanders AI

Groundbreaking artificial intelligence research enabling a meaningful impact on people, industry and society. IPI researches real-time and power-efficient AI in the edge for various applications. National project (Flemish EWI), 7/2019 – 6/2022