[UPDATE] Glow 2017: looking for student assistants for large crowd management experiment

TU/e and Philips Lighting Research are preparing an unprecedented crowd management experiment to be conducted at the Glow light festival in November 2017 in Eindhoven. The Crowdflow Research Group, TU/e, has developed a unique pedestrian tracking system based on overhead Kinect sensors and custom processing software. This set-up will be deployed at Glow to record and analyse a flow of several 100.000’s of people. We look for student assistants to help set-up the system for Glow and get it operational. If you are pragmatic, proficient in python, web and linux programming, and if you can work under pressure of a big festival, please contact Alessandro Corbetta (a.corbetta@tue.nl).

Minimum required commitment is one day per week.

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Something about our experience at last year glow is here.



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