In addition to our Part I and Part II coverage of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, we also have some video interviews of some of the finalists on the show floor – check it out! And dont forget to vote for your favorite projects here in the People’s Choice Awards.
Hands on with the Geekiest Projects at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2009: Part II
This is part II of our coverage of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2009. For even more of thefinalists and their projects, check out part I on Chip Chick. Face Recognition: Is It a Match? Varuna Rao Union High School, Tulsa, OK Varuna Rao researched heavily in to the technology behind facial recognition computer systems, determined to discover just how accurate they are. After several tests, Varuna determined that the probability of finding a match using a typical GUI-based software program with a margin of error – is on average, 45%. So the next time you watch CSI and they pull up their fancy facial recognition software,…