+ Keynote, LDV Summit, NYC May 2017
+ Invited talk, TTI Chicago, May 2017
+CVPR 2017, Hawaii, July
+ ECCV 2016, Oct'16
+ Invited lecturer at Winter School of CSE at Israel Inst. of Advanced Studies, Jan 2017
+ Invited talk at
"Imaging in Graphics, Vision and Beyond", Royal Society, UK,
May 4, 2016
+ Keynote at TCE Conference, Israel, May
+ CVPR 2016, June'16
+ SIGGRAPH 2016, July'16
+ SIGGRAPH 2017 committee
+ CVPR 2016 AC
+ CVPR 2016
+ Virtual Reality capstone, Spring 2016
Assistant Professor of Computer
University of Washington
Affiliations: GRAIL; Facebook (Seattle Office)
I work on Computer vision/graphics, virtual/augmented reality, specifically focused on modeling people from massive unconstrained photo and video collections, and combining with audio and language processing.
Curriculum Vitae | | blog
- Dreambit acquired by Facebook!
- MegaFace Challenge #2 is out - train on more than 690K identities: MF2
- Curious how you'd look with dreadlocks, rainbow hair? dreambit.xyz
- Innovation of the Year Award, 2016
- The World's 1st HoloLens Development Class (VR/AR capstone)
Makes Tom Hanks Look Like Tom Hanks covered by The
Atlantic, MIT Tech Review, and many others.
Total Moving Reconstruction, Collection Flow, and Face
Reconstruction in the Wild.
- We've created the MegaFace
Challenge and Benchmark to see how face recognition algorithms perform at a million-scale.
There are more than 400 groups participating, see
the press release, as well as other press coverage and articles by the Guardian and Wired.
- Thanks to NSF and Intel for funding our project: The 3D Memex for Virtual Teleportation
Progression covered by special interviews on CBS, Today's Show on NBC, appeared on the front page of the Seattle Times and others.
- Sign up to beta test the age progression software
- Best paper award runner-up at FDG 2015 for the Meme Quiz paper
- Thanks to Google for the Faculty Award.
- ACM made a video interview about Moving Portraits, and selected it to the cover of Sep 2014 issue.
see further: Being John Malkovich.
Movies (aka Photobios, aka Moving Portraits) was tech transfered to Google.