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SCIEN Seminar presents "Insight into the inner workings of Intel’s Stereo and Lidar Depth Cameras"

Insight into the inner workings of Intel’s Stereo and Lidar Depth Cameras
Wednesday, April 29, 2020 - 4:30pm
Zoom (join SCIEN mail list to receive meeting ID)
Dr. Anders Grunnet-Jepsen (Intel)
Abstract / Description: 

This talk will provide an overview of the technology and capabilities of Intel's RealSense Stereo and Lidar Depth Cameras, and will then progress to describe new features, such as high-speed capture, multi-camera enhancements, optical filtering, and near-range high-resolution depth imaging. Finally, we will introduce a new fast on-chip calibration method that can be used to improve the performance of a stereo camera and help mitigate some common stereo artifacts.


Anders Grunnet-Jepsen is the CTO of the Intel RealSense Group, where he works on stereo- and lidar- depth cameras. He was founder of ThinkOptics which licensed its optical tracking technology to Nintendo for the Wii. He was acting CTO of an optical communications start-up, Templex Technology, when it was acquired by Intel in 2001. Anders received his Ph.D from Oxford University, and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark, and has worked at the University of California San Diego; Thomson CSF, France; and NKT Research Center, Denmark. He has a passion for all things optical.