Donald G. Dansereau
Computational Imaging // Robotic Vision
I'm a postdoctoral scholar at the Stanford Computational Imaging Lab.
My research is about using new kinds of cameras to help robots see and do.
Combining computational imaging and robotic vision, this work brings together optics, embodiment, environment and algorithms -- from photons to actions.
Google scholar profile
Dec 14, 2017
Won a Distinguished Poster Award for the 2nd year running at The Stanford Center for Image System Engineering (SCIEN) Affiliates Meeting. Thanks Intel and Huawei for your support! Event Photos
, Last Year's Event
Nov 27, 2017
I was featured on the SIGGRAPH Asia twitter feed, presenting the fast-forward for SpinVR
Aug 02, 2017
are up for my CVPR:LF4CV talk on light field motion deblurring, project page here
July 29, 2017
Our Spinning Omnidirectional Stereo Camera has been accepted to SIGGRAPH ASIA
July 29, 2017
Congrats to team ACRV for winning
the 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge!
July 05, 2017
Website updates: 7 new project stubs are up spanning the four project themes
July 03, 2017
Added a project page for my 2015 Transactions on Graphics paper on Volumetric Focus [Project Page]
Apr 30, 2017
page is now up, with links to the light field toolbox, and two new tools: a bare-bones renderer, and a plenoptic camera design explorer.
Apr 10, 2017
Very excited to announce our single-lens wide-FOV light field camera, to appear at CVPR in July! [Project Page]
Apr 1, 2017
Under construction... please excuse the mess as I build up this website!