Rytis Maskeliunas

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The experimental results of fuzzy based indoor navigation system are presented in this article. The system was built with simplicity in mind, employing roof mounted visual sensors and fuzzy logic for the guidance and positioning of an autonomous mobility device with real-life noisy and delayed visual data processing. The fuzzy control strategy presented(More)
We present the evaluation of two well-known, low-cost consumer-grade EEG devices: the Emotiv EPOC and the Neurosky MindWave. Problems with using the consumer-grade EEG devices (BCI illiteracy, poor technical characteristics, and adverse EEG artefacts) are discussed. The experimental evaluation of the devices, performed with 10 subjects asked to perform(More)
Smartphone-based biometrics offers a wide range of possible solutions, which could be used to authenticate users and thus to provide an extra level of security and theft prevention. We propose a method for positive identification of smartphone user’s identity using user’s gait characteristics captured by embedded smartphone sensors (gyroscopes,(More)
This paper describes our efforts developing the smart home environment for the assistive living. The key element of the smart environment is the ubiquitous voice user interface with several additional capabilities (such as the recognition of several gestures). This work is a further development of voice controlled devices. The presence of the commercial(More)
Activities to develop Lithuanian Web pages for speech-enabled access from telephone are presented. After the integration of Lithuanian text-to-speech synthesizers “Aistis” and LtMBR to SAPI 5 (Speech Application Programming Interface), some Lithuanian speech-enabled Web pages were prepared (www.speech.itpi.ktu.lt). Two methods of SALT (Speech Application(More)