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Virtual Reality Talk

Oct
26
Wed
Etienne Grossmann

Public talk from one of Magic Leap's Researchers!

10/26/16 at 11:15AM in Wallace 429

Ettiene Grossman has been actively researching *Very* high-accuracy calibration of stereo cameras for over 10 years. He has also worked on optimal self-calibration of a moving camera, theoretical and empirical performance analysis of 3D reconstruction methods, as well as, design, implementation and evaluation of methods that take advantage of known geometric properties commonly found in man-made scenes.  He received a PhD in Computer Vision from Lisbon Tech. University (Portugal) and worked at Tyzx and Intel before joining Magic Leap.
Ettiene Grossman has been actively researching *Very* high-accuracy calibration of stereo cameras for over 10 years. He has also worked on optimal self-calibration of a moving camera, theoretical and empirical performance analysis of 3D reconstruction methods, as well as, design, implementation and evaluation of methods that take advantage of known geometric properties commonly found in man-made scenes.  He received a PhD in Computer Vision from Lisbon Tech. University (Portugal) and worked at Tyzx and Intel before joining Magic Leap.
Ettiene Grossman has been actively researching *Very* high-accuracy calibration of stereo cameras for over 10 years. He has also worked on optimal self-calibration of a moving camera, theoretical and empirical performance analysis of 3D reconstruction methods, as well as, design, implementation and evaluation of methods that take advantage of known geometric properties commonly found in man-made scenes.  He received a PhD in Computer Vision from Lisbon Tech. University (Portugal) and worked at Tyzx and Intel before joining Magic Leap.
 
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