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Our new DynamicFusion work that generalises dense KinectFusion tracking and mapping to work over non-rigidly deforming scenes. We will present this work at CVPR 2015!

"DynamicFusion: Reconstruction and Tracking of Non-rigid Scenes in Real-Time", Richard Newcombe, +Dieter Fox​, +Steve Seitz​
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Reading this makes my mouth water...
America es un gran burrito, a giant tortilla stuffed with dreams. Or so it seems to me, now that I’ve eaten my way across it. Early this year, FiveThirtyEight evaluated 67,391 burrito-selling estab...
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Wow, Google and Facebook researchers swept the ECCV best paper awards!

Congrats to

1.  Kevin Matzen and Noah Snavely for "Scene Chronology"

2.  Jia Deng, Nan Ding, Yangqing Jia, Andrea Frome, Kevin Murphy, Samy Bengio, Yuan Li, Hartmut Neven, Hartwig Adam, for "Large-Scale Object Classification using Label Relation Graphs"

3. Matt Zeiler and Rob Fergus for "Visualizing and Understanding Convolutional Neural Networks"


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This statistic might be a little misleading. I think the first and third papers were done in academia, even though most authors now have industry affiliations. And, though #2 was done at Google, the first author is now a professor.
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our newest 3D face reconstructions!
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Max Headroom!
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We just added interactivity to Photo Tours in today's launch :-)
 
Immerse yourself in popular sites around the world with the new interactive photo tour on Google Maps. The controls are now in your hands–step inside the Forbidden city: goo.gl/2CjYOz
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Amazing and a bit scary
Abstract. When sound hits an object, it causes small vibrations of the object's surface. We show how, using only high-speed video of the object, we can extract those minute vibrations and partially recover the sound that produced them, allowing us to turn everyday objects—a glass of water, ...
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I believe normal audio surveillance uses laser interferometry off a window in the room. But this is a very impressive technique.
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My Seattle team is joining the Google VR effort! Super exciting!!
When I first saw Google's Cardboard VR contraption earlier this year, I laughed. I thought to myself, "This is a joke, right?" How could this piece of cu
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Immersive photo tours with cardboard would be awesome!!
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Big news! Congrats Peter, David, and Neeraj!


Dropbox doesn't just want to store your photos. It wants to organize and make them more useful too. That’s why today it acqhired the two computer vision and..
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This is great
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Three amazing things caught in one shot. German photographer Birk Möbius captured (1) a rainbow, (2) a lightning strike aligned with the rainbow, (3) an airplane being struck by said lightning. That's the abrupt kink you see a little more than half-way up. 

https://www.facebook.com/airmarini.de/photos/pb.136395296436424.-2207520000.1409438243./708587972550484/
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Our Face Movies work (featuring Ira) on the cover of CACM :-)
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A fun ECCV paper from Qi Shan.
Video below, our web page here:
http://grail.cs.washington.edu/projects/sq_photo_uncrop/
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Impressive! We can finally get an uncrop tool for images
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  • University of Washington
    Computer Sciences, 1991 - 1997
  • U.C. Berkeley
    Computer Science & Math, 1987 - 1991
  • South Eugene High School
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