Short BiographyAfter completing a Ph.D. at UNC Chapel Hill I
have moved to the position of senior scientist at Applied Research
Associates Inc (ARA) in Raleigh, NC.
dissertation work involved
computer vision, multi-view geometry and real-time systems. There
were two primary thrusts to my dissertation, novel minimal solution
methods for the motion of a stereo camera and real-time, wide area
visual simultaneous localization and mapping. This is also know
as structure from motion in the computer vision community.
am now work on projects related to computer vision, simultaneous
localization and mapping, augmented reality and real-time systems at
- M.S. Computer Science, The University of North Carolina at
Hill, August 2008
the best demonstration
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2007 for our demo "Real
Time 3D Reconstruction of Urban Scenes from Video." In the
demonstration we presented a system that reconstructed the geometry of
of the UNC Chapel Hill campus from video at frame rate speed.