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David Martin
Founder , 360 Cities


My research interests are in image processing and machine vision. I am interested in the fundamental problem of how we parse an image (just a 2D grid of numbers!) into a coherent and accurate perception of surfaces in three dimensions. To this end, I’m interested in the low-level image features that provide the information to get started, as well as the higher level algorithms that stitch these features into visible surfaces, perceive shape, reason about occlusion, and perform amodal completion (seeing things behind other things). Apart from general image understanding, example applications are human body pose estimation, tracking, video coding, human-computer interaction, stereo vision, and omnidirectional imaging.


Location: Regency Ballroom
Jeffrey Martin (360 Cities), David Martin (360 Cities) promotes geo-mapped, immersive imagery produced by skilled VR photographers from around the world. At present with 120 cities and cca 10,000 images, the network utilizes advances in hardware and software to leverage the rise of awareness of the geoweb to support this growth, and increasingly to automate the process of publishing panoramic photography from around the world. Read more.