A well-researched topic dealing with the automotive market concerns the development of innovative devices to improve security and comfort. Along these lines, this paper proposes a fully automatic system based on computer vision that can orient the interior rear view mirror of a car so as to seamlessly provide the driver with a correct rear view. A cheap 2D camera is mounted over a motorized rear view mirror and used to scan the interior car space in order to identify the driver's face and eyes. Detection does occur effectively regardless of the number and position of car occupants and allows the system to compute the correct orientation and adjusts the mirror accordingly.

Automatically adjustable rear mirror based on computer vision

LA ROTA, FRANCESCO MARIA;Di Stefano, Luigi
2017

Abstract

A well-researched topic dealing with the automotive market concerns the development of innovative devices to improve security and comfort. Along these lines, this paper proposes a fully automatic system based on computer vision that can orient the interior rear view mirror of a car so as to seamlessly provide the driver with a correct rear view. A cheap 2D camera is mounted over a motorized rear view mirror and used to scan the interior car space in order to identify the driver's face and eyes. Detection does occur effectively regardless of the number and position of car occupants and allows the system to compute the correct orientation and adjusts the mirror accordingly.
2017 International Conference of Electrical and Electronic Technologies for Automotive
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La Rota, Francesco M.; Di Stefano, Luigi
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