Lip Reading

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Technology

 

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Diane W

 

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June 22, 2013

 

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However, it is very likely that the best lip reader can only catch 50% of the words uttered. This caused Lip-reading to become a hot topic in many scientific fields "e.g. medicine, psychology, psycholinguistics and especially technology". Recent researches have shown that in automatic lip-reading systems there is a chance to achieve up to 55 % error reduction, and the low recognition rate in the acoustic only system (43%) is raised to 75% by the incorporation of visual information...
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This in addition to the short period of time caused us to limit our experiment on basic digits only (from 0-9), presuming ideal conditions. The goal of our work is to develop a speech-reading system that helps in preventing the current major security issue of shoulder-surfing, which is a common, affective type of attacks that involves using direct observation techniques, by either distracting the person to get a glimpse at his information, or eavesdropping while keeping a close distance and can also be done long distance with the aid of binoculars or other vision-enhancing devices , or even using external devices "e...
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