Computer Vision Lab

The Computer Vision Lab group began as a part of the Laboratory for Computational Vision, which is well-known for creating and developing robot soccer and SIFT features. Today, we develop algorithms in the areas of image understanding, video understanding, multi-modal (vision + language) modeling, 3D computer vision, human pose estimation, and the use of large generative models for computer vision applications.

The group has three active faculty: Leonid Sigal, Kwang Moo Yi, and Evan Shelhamer. 
Affiliate and adjunct members: Helge Rhodin.
Former and emeritus faculty include: Jim Little, David Lowe, Alan Mackworth, and Bob Woodham.

Members of Computer Vision Lab work closely and collaborate with faculty and students from Graphics, Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning groups.