Conner Pinson

github, neural networks

Neural Network Recognition of Medical Procedures in Recorded Video

This was part of a larger research project focused on implementing a system in ambulances that could identify a procedure in real time and report that information from a reporting ambulance to a doctor at an emergency room. This would help significantly cut down on miscommunications as the high-stress environment of the emergency can cause many first responders to forget the exact procedures that were performed (number of chest compressions, meds given to stabilize, etc). I focused on attempting to identify procedures based on frame data taken from recorded video. See the poster I presented here. (Jun 2020 to July 2020)

github, totternary


TotTernary is a system for using ultra-wideband RF time-of-flight ranging to perform indoor ranging and localization. It incorporates the SquarePoint module, containing the DecaWave DW1000 for UWB packet transmission and timestamping. The module provides node-to-node ranges over an I2C interface which can then be sent further on using the radio on the mother board. I worked for the Stress and Early Adversity (SEA) Lab and focused on integrating the devices into their research studies by troubleshooting and performing data analysis. (Jan 2019 to Dec 2019)

github, digital museum

Digital Museum

This project was created to assist my course taught at Exploration Summer Schools. It displays a collection of Processing projects in a neat format that is easily understandable by museum attendees. The project was created using Processing Java which is NOT the best to design a GUI. This is so I could explain the code to my students in an effort to let them understand the code that would be displaying their own projects. It was an attempt at a learning opportunity but I think it just normalized hack-y code for them. (June 2018)