Radhika G. currently serves as  Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering, Coimbatore Campus. Her areas of research include Networking Security.


Publication Type: Journal Article
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2016 Journal Article R. G., Kumar, TaSenthil, Reyner, P. P. D., Leela, G., Mangayarkarasi, N., Abirami, A., and Vinayaka, K., “3D modelling of a jewellery and its virtual try-on”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol. 397, pp. 157-165, 2016.[Abstract]

Nowadays, everything is becoming automated. So, automation is indeed needed in the world of jewellery. The goldsmith or any jewellery vendor, rather than having all the real patterns of jewellery, can have the model of these jewellery, so that he can display them virtually on the customer’s hand using Augmented Reality. 2D representation of an object deals only with the height and the width of an object. 3D representations include the third dimension of an image which is the depth information of an object. This paper presents an overall approach to 3D modelling of jewellery from the uncalibrated images. The datasets are taken from different viewing planes at different intervals. From these images, we construct the 3D model of an object. 3D model provides a realistic view for the users by projecting it on human hand using the augmented reality technique. © Springer India 2016.

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2015 Journal Article R. G., Rajasundari, T., and N. Lalithamani, “Microbots in biofield: A cancer warrior”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol. 10, pp. 4236-4239, 2015.[Abstract]

At present, curing of cancer or a tumor is done by circulating drug at the infected region; this kills the cancer cells and also the healthy cells surrounding it. To target cancer cells even antibody appareled drug constructed doesn’t show the perfection. Lively growth in nanotechnology has compact robots. Archetype of such robots are measures in micrometer only. These microbots powered by magnetic sources is steered along the blood vessels to exact target i.e. the cancerous one and curing is possible without any effects.It is also capable of curing tumors in various parts those cant accessed by a surgeon through surgery. We can also capable of regulation of any disease with this technology. © Research India Publications.

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