Mar. 25, 2020: We have two publications at IEEE VR 2020 on spherical structure-from-motion for casual stereo panorama capture and visual SLAM in large spaces.

Dec. 10, 2019: Alisha Sharma, a 2018 REU participant, presented her work at the IEEE AIVR 2019 conference and took home the best paper award! Congrats, Lee!

Sep. 13, 2018: I have moved to the Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering at Cal Poly SLO.

June 18, 2018: Undergrad researcher Diptodip Deb presented his REU project at a CVPR workshop.

Mar. 15, 2017: The National Science Foundation has awarded UCCS a three-year grant to host a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site starting summer 2017. Jugal Kalita is the PI and I am co-PI. The topic is Machine Learning in Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision. Visit our web page for more information.

Mar. 3, 2017: I will present a paper based on Chloe Bradley's M.S. thesis at the FG 2017 Workshop on Heterogeneous Face Recognition in June.

Jul. 13, 2016: My paper on “Structure from Motion on a Sphere” was accepted to the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) in Amsterdam.

Dec. 14, 2015: Optimized C++ code for my multi-camera motion estimation solvers is available under BSD license at GitHub.

Oct. 1, 2015: Our paper “Instant Outdoor Localization and SLAM Initialization from 2.5D Maps” was awarded best paper at ISMAR 2015!

Sep. 25, 2015: Our paper entitled “An Efficient Minimal Solution for Multi-camera Motion” has been accepted at ICCV 2015 in Santiago, Chile.

Aug. 3, 2015: My book chapter (co-authored with Tobias Höllerer) on outdoor augmented reality will be appearing in the new edition of Fundamentals of Wearable Computers and Augmented Reality (CRC Press).

Jun. 1, 2015: Our paper on “Instant Outdoor Localization and SLAM Initialization from 2.5D Maps” will appear at ISMAR 2015 in Fukuoka, Japan.

May 1, 2015: I have been awarded a Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Research Initiation Initiative (CRII) grant from the National Science Foundation entitled "CRII: RI: High-speed Vision-based Motion Estimation."

Feb. 25, 2015: Video recordings of the TMA'14 workshop are now available on YouTube.

Sep. 30, 2014: I am co-organizing (with Carl S. Marshall of Intel) a special session on augmented reality at the 2015 ACM Multimedia Systems conference. The deadline for submissions is November 10, 2014.

Aug. 25, 2014:  A MATLAB implementation of the algorithm described in my recent paper "A Minimal Solution to the Generalized Pose-and-Scale Problem" is now available under BSD license at GitHub.

July 21, 2014: Our paper on "Approximated Relative Pose Solvers for Efficient Camera Motion Estimation" will appear at the Computer Vision in Vehicle Technology (CVVT 2014) workshop in conjunction with the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV 2014) in Zürich, Switzerland.

July 1, 2014:  I am very happy to announce that I will be joining the computer science department at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs as an assistant professor this fall.

March 31, 2014:  A video recording of my presentation at IEEE VR 2014 is now available.

March 1, 2014:  Our paper on “A Minimal Solution to the Generalized Pose-and-Scale Problem” was accepted to appear at the CVPR conference in June.

Jan 6, 2014:  Our paper about “Global Localization from Monocular SLAM on a Mobile Phone” was accepted to appear at the IEEE VR conference in March.

Dec 10, 2013:  I was interviewed for an MIT Tech Review article about indoor positioning using a mobile phone camera.