Category Archives: News
HyperDepth and Global Patch Collider at CVPR 2016
We’re excited to share some up and coming papers we will be presenting at this year’s CVPR 2016 in Las Vegas (June 26th – July 1st)! HyperDepth is a breakthrough for depth estimation using structured light. We cast the stereo … Continue reading
After 3 amazing years at Microsoft Research Redmond and Cambridge I decided to take the next big step in my research career. I am joining perceptiveIO, Inc. as a Senior Scientist and Founding Team Member! I am looking forward to starting … Continue reading
Interview with LaC TV
I have been interviewed by LaC TV during the show “La Nostra Domenica”. I talked about my research career and the latest projects we are working on, including Holoportation. It was an amazing experience and it was great to see the … Continue reading
FlexCase: a smart cover for your phone
I am glad to see that our FlexCase project has been picked up by Gizmodo and Wired.it! FlexCase is a novel flip cover for smartphones, which brings flexible input and output capabilities to existing mobile phones. It combines an e-paper display … Continue reading
Holoportation: the era of 3D communications and living memories is here!
Today we show Holoportation to the world! The era of 3D communications and living memories is here! We can Holoport people everywhere, record the whole session and live our memories later on, whenever we want! Imagine being able to teleport … Continue reading
CVPR, SIGGRAPH & SIGCHI
We have amazing papers coming out soon! 2 CVPR papers HyperDepth: Learning Depth from Structured Light Without Matching – S.R. Fanello, C. Rhemann, V. Tankovich, A. Kowdle, S. Orts Escolano, D. Kim, S. Izadi. In CVPR 2016 (Oral). The Global Patch … Continue reading
Summer 2016: Looking for interns!
We are looking for intern candidates to tackle new and exciting computer vision problems! Ideal candidates are PhD students with very good expertise in one (or more) of the following topics: depth sensing, multipath correction, random forest, non-rigid reconstruction and deep learning. Also very … Continue reading
Hololens has been announced!
Today Microsoft announced Hololens. I am very proud of my contributions to the product. I spent time embedded with the product group, working on many parts of the platform involving computer vision algorithms.