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A New Way To See | Stephen Hicks | TEDxVicenza
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Stephen Hicks is a Research Lecturer at the University of Oxford. He works at the intersection of neuroscience and visual perception, computer vision and wearable technologies. Stephen’s current work – the development of vision enhancement for legally blind individuals, is the result of five years of research at Oxford, and a long time interest in cybernetics and vision. His achievements have been recognized with a number of high profile awards including the 2014 Google Global Impact Challenge and the 2014 Royal Society Brian Mercer Award for Innovation. Stephen is also an installation artist with work focusing on the abstract representation of real-time detection of people and motion – probing the boundaries of human and computer perception.

Stephen Hicks is a Research Lecturer at the University of Oxford. He works at the intersection of neuroscience and visual perception, computer vision and wearable technologies. Stephen’s current work – the development of vision enhancement for legally blind individuals, is the result of five years of research at Oxford, and a long time interest in cybernetics and vision. His achievements have been recognized with a number of high profile awards including the 2014 Google Global Impact Challenge and the 2014 Royal Society Brian Mercer Award for Innovation. Stephen is also an installation artist with work focusing on the abstract representation of real-time detection of people and motion – probing the boundaries of human and computer perception.

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