I am no longer with CMU. If you are looking for my current webpage, come to
I was on the research faculty of the
at Carnegie Mellon University from 1996 to 2005.
Prior to 1996 I was
a postdoc at the Computer Vision Research Laboratory at UMass, Amherst,
where I also got my degree. Since 2005 I've been an associate professor
at Penn State University.
My area of research is computer
Video Surveillance and Monitoring (VSAM)
Real-Time Multi-Camera Tracking (NGI)
Human Identification at a Distance (HID)
Active Camera Calibration
Aerial Site Modeling (RADIUS)
CMU Advanced Perception Seminar
During 1998 and 1999 I co-facilitated the
CMU Advanced Perception Seminar. Follow this link to
Advanced Perception Seminar homepage.
Click here to see a list of my publications.
This 30 camera servo system was unleashed at Super Bowl XXXV.
Other project members were Omead Amidi, Ryan Miller, Wei Hua, John
Urbanic (from the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center), and of course,
Takeo Kanade. My main contribution was sensor calibration algorithms
and methods for determining servo point location using a
terrain model of the field.
for Takeo's Eyevision page