Red Hen Lab GSoC 2021 Projects

Shreyan Ganguly

Machine detection of film edits, b&w

Github: https://github.com/tre3x/FilmEditDetection

Blog: https://gsocblog-tre3x.netlify.app/final-project.html

Mentors: John Bell, Mark Williams, Ahmed Ismail, Vera Tobin

Ankit Gupta

Simulating Multimodal Communication in Vervet Monkeys with Braitenberg Vehicles

Github: https://github.com/ankiitgupta7/

Blog: https://ankiitgupta7.medium.com/

Mentors: Francis Steen, Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas, Maria Hedblom, Javier Valenzuela, Mark Turner

Swadesh Jana

Red Hen Open Dataset for gestures with performance baselines at Red Hen Lab

Github: https://github.com/Swadesh13

Blog: https://swadesh13.github.io/gestures-dataset-blog/

Mentors: Peter Uhrig, Elizabeth Mahoney

Hannes Leipold

Speech-to-Speech Translation for Multilingual Text, Audio, and Video

Github: https://github.com/hannesleipold2

Blog: https://hannes-leipold1.medium.com/

Mentors: Ahmed Ismail, Karan Singla, Peter Uhrig

Lisardo Pérez-Lugones

Visual recognition and deciphering of Aztec glyphs using Keras

Github: https://github.com/lisardop/GSoC2021

Blog: https://lisardop.github.io/

Mentors: Juan Jose Batalla Rosado, Jungseock Joo, Stephanie Wood

Amr Maghraby

Machine detection of film edits, color

Github: ttps://github.com/AmrMaghraby/GSoC_2021_Red_Hen_Lab

Blog: https://amrmaghraby.github.io/MyJourneyGS0C2021/

Mentors: Mark Williams, John Bell, Vera Tobin, Ahmed Ismail

Nitesh Mahawar

Multimodal TV Show Segmentation

Github: https://github.com/EdOates84

Blog: https://edoates84.github.io/

Mentors: Anna Wilson, Francis Steen, Frankie Robertson

Mohamed Mokhtar

Red Hen Rapid Annotator

Github: https://github.com/rrrokhtar/RapidAnnotator-2.0

Blog: https://rrrokhtar.hashnode.dev/

Mentors: Gulshan Kumar, Vaibhav Gupta, Peter Uhrig, Vera Tobin, Anna Wilson


Tarun Nagdeve

Development of a Visual Recognition model for Aztec Hieroglyphs

Github: : https://github.com/TrunnMosby

Blog: https://trunnmosby.github.io/GSoC-2021/

Mentors: Jungseok Joo, Stephanie Wood, Mark Turner