March 2012: A funded PhD studentship is available in the Robot Vision Group to work on a project on 3D perception for a mobile robot in collaboration with a leading UK company. The project will build on all of our recent work on real-time monocular SLAM and reconstruction. See the full details here, and contact… Read more »
Posts By: Hanme Kim
March 2012: Andrew Comport will give a talk on Large Scale Dense Localisation and Mapping in the Robot Vision Seminar Series on Thursday the 8th of March.
February 2012: Recently, Hauke Strasdat, supported by other member of the group, released a new visual SLAM software.Scalable Visual SLAM (ScaViSLAM) using double window optimisation is available on github.
February 2012: The Robot Vision Group website is redesigned. Check out the new Video Tab.
January 2012: Well done to Gerardo Carrera who did a great job and successfully passed his PhD viva; and good luck to him as he leaves the lab to return to Mexico.
December 2011: It’s just been announced that the best demonstration prize at ICCV 2011 has been awarded to Richard Newcombe, Steven Lovegrove and Andrew Davison for the DTAM: Dense Tracking and Mapping in Real-Time system.
December 2011: Big congratulations to Steve Lovegrove who just passed his PhD viva with flying colours!
November 2011: Our group had a great ICCV in Barcelona, with a lot of interest in the papers we presented on DTAM and Double Window Optimisation (see the Publications and Videos tabs for more info!). Also the workshop on Live Dense Reconstruction with Moving Cameras organised by Richard Newcombe, Andrew Davison and George Vogiatzis was… Read more »
October 2011: Richard Newcombe has won best paper prize at ISMAR 2011 for the paper on the KinectFusion system he developed while interning at Microsoft Research Cambridge last summer. The paper is now available online (see our publications tab), and check out the video via the MSR project page or on youtube. This system has… Read more »
October 2011: Some updates: well done to Steve and Gerardo who have both just submitted their PhD theses and are awaiting their vivas; Renato just returned from a very interesting summer internship with his sponsors AMD in Austin; and we welcome new PhD student Jan Jachnik, a recent graduate from Imperial’s Mathematics Department.