Clemson Researchers developed ColorNet, a novel software that uses artificial intelligence to identify colors important to a brand, such as team colors on a jersey, and correct them to the brand-correct color, in real time.
Clemson researchers have created a new method managing data encryption that uses blockchain to enable streamlined data and access storage. This invention allows audit and compliance staff to identify the individuals who had access to which versions of specific data in a privacy preserving manner.
Inventor: Dr. Richard Brooks, Tony Skjellum, Lu Yu
Clemson University researchers have developed a novel tool that accounts for this information, in conjunction with current/past selling prices and the information of comparable properties, to provide economic insights about the impact of real estate uniqueness on sales prices.
This resonance frequency detector is capable of detecting a wide variety of parameters affecting resonance through the use of a patented micro-cantilever. This detector modulates electric charge at varying frequencies on a counter electrode until it matches the induced frequency on a cantilever.
Inventor: Apparao Rao, Malcom Skove, Doyl Dickel, Gayatri Kesar, Bevan Elliot, Herbert Behlow Jr
Clemson University researchers have discovered an effective way to accurately and rapidly convert analog parameters into digital signals that can then be further transmitted or stored for the user’s need. This all-digital sensing device uses a binary system and allows for entry into the passive sensor market, i.e. FDIR devices whose market was valued at $10.1 billion in 2015 and has an expected annual growth rate of 11%.