Author: rezaamini

I share my academic life!

TeTrA: Jump to speech controlled VR env

It was one of my dreams that someday there will be games controlled via brain, speech, and body movements! However, I’ve seen Kinect which helps you to control the game via your body. I also have developed BCI-based games (you can see previous blog posts). What I didn’t see was a speech controlled VR game…
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The Oranges: A multi-sensory Experience

During past weeks, I was designing and collecting data to investigate QoE items in an multi sensory environment enabled with olfactory and haptic feedback. The results will be published soon! One of the greatest features that I’ve had a chance to embed to the game was “in-game questionnaires” using github repository here. In this case,…
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BCIGameJam’21! MuSAE Games :) A Winner!

We (Marilia, Olivier and Reza!) participated in this year’s online jam to build a brain controlled game! Our game won as Overall Winner (1st place!), Popular vote (Other Devs), Best SSVEP Game. I invite you to read our story here: You can download the game from my github.Our collaborative turn based game where players collect…
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Coping with life after immigration :)

It’s been almost five months that I moved to Montreal as an international student. I’d like to share interesting aspects of migration, society of Montreal and also suggestions about dealing with emotions after immigration. Migration is a big deal in every person’s lifespan! Undoubtedly, If you were born in a middle eastern country, migration is…
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New Preprint: How Adversarial attacks affect Deep Neural Networks Detecting COVID-19?

After developing an online COVID-19 diagnosing system, I was interested in drawbacks of Machine Learning in Healthcare. One of the biggest issues are vulnerability of these models. In this preprint, I looked into effectiveness of these models on COVID-19 Xray image classifiers. ResNet-18, ResNet-50, Wide ResNet-16-8 (WRN-16-8), VGG-19, and Inception v3 were implemented and tested…
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WordUp! Pro Version Experience!

It’s been days I am using an app called WordUP. I’d like to share my experience here for the guys who have problem with remembering words! This powerful app developed by two people, Peyman and Somayeh. How it works? In your first log in, it will ask you some words. You will select whether “I…
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VR based Rehabilitation platform for Dementia

As you know, I’m developing a virtual reality (VR) environment for people who suffer from dementia. I uploaded the first build of this game for people who are curious and want to develop it more. you can download it from here. DOWNLOAD This version doesn’t include VR controllers so you can easily move around with…
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Graph Neural Networks- Architectures review!

Graph Neural Networks offer an efficient and accurate answers to problems which can be represented as a graph. This way of solution have high potential to get accurate prediction on models in comparison to other types of neural networks! Here I will discuss types of GNN like GCN, GraphSAGA, DeepWalk. The ChebNet will be discussed…
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A GUI for DIY Syringe pump

we’ve tried to build a syringe pump, in the last semester of our undergraduate programmer. “Medical devices” course provided useful information about general equipment of hospital units. We have determined to build syringe pump with available tools like Arduino! The 3-member groups was formed. Since COVID-19 crisis, our group split up, So I decided to…
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An Online Automatic Corona Diagnose System Based on Chest X-ray Images

This is a detailed paper for my online COVID-19 diagnosis system. Abstract. An outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 shocked healthcare systems around the world. It began in December 2019 in Wuhan, China, and spread out in over 120 countries in less than three months. Imaging technologies helped in COVID-19 fast and reliable diagnosis. CT-Scan and X-ray imaging…
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