Thank you for your interest in Sauron , the security must-have of the future!
Sauron is an easy-to-learn tool that can be used to listen-in on an individual in a crowded area. Sauron uses acoustic beamforming techniques to isolate the voice of a target. The operator can select a target by clicking on them in a video feed and will then be able to the target’s voice without the sound of the surrounding area. Sauron’s ease-of-use puts the power of acoustic beamforming in your hands!
You can find the documentation and supporting files for out project below. Feel free to help yourself!
Meet our awesome group of people
EE & CSE
Dual Degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering. Specializes in Embedded Systems and Hardware Architecture. Also interested in Signal Processing. I am in charge of acoustic beamforming backend and this website!
I am fascinated by the nature of electricity. My specific interests are in energy storage and wireless power transfer. I envision a career centered around providing others tools for meeting their basic needs, starting with energy. I've taken a recent interest in ecological building and intend to incorporate that into my professional journey as well.
CSE & CS
Walter loves PERL, teaching, writing, and hard problems worthy of a messy work space and a roll of duct tape. He sees himself working in Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools in the future and gets a kick out of playing with machine learning.
21st century renaissance man: award-winning researcher, food-loving gastronomist, aspiring engineer, former scientist, washed up athlete, world traveler, street art aficionado, cheap wine connoisseur.
I am passionate about sustainability and minimizing humans’ ecological footprints. My interests include automation, 3D printing, and the internet of things, and I am excited about advancements and innovations in graphene and solid-state RF energy.