Vision Pack - Fabric Recognition
The Vision Pack Fabric Recognition (VPFR) engine provides the function to detect 12 types of fabric from digital signals obtained from an infrared spectroscopy sensor and sort them accordingly.
The user can move the sensor close to a piece of fabric to acquire digitized signals through an infrared emission/reception process and transmit the signals to the engine, which then figures out the type of fabric to inform the user.
The engine classifies fabric into 12 types, including six non-delicates (acryl, cotton, nylon, polyester, polycotton, poly wool) and six delicates (acetate, rayon, silk, wool, rayon nylon, rayon poly).
The VPFR engine provided by ThinQ.AI supports the following features.
|Fabric recognition using infrared spectroscopy sensor||
Analyzes real-number data from the infrared sensor to identify the fabric as one of the 12 types and returns the result.
|Fabric type classification||
Classifies fabric into 12 types (six non-delicate and six delicate types).
The VPFR engine receives as input real numbers that have been digitized from an infrared signal sensed from fabric, identifies the fabric as one of 12 types, and outputs the result in text.
The VPFR engine can be applied to various services in daily life.
The user can scan a piece of fabric with an infrared sensor device equipped with a VPFR engine to identify the fabric type.