The 3DVIS group studies fundamental problems in three dimensional (3D) computer vision. Unlike traditional, image-based computer vision, 3D computer vision utilizes 3D sensors, such as laser scanners, flash LIDARs, structured light cameras, and stereo vision systems, to directly measure the 3D shape of the physical world.

Looking for research experience?

We are always looking for talented students who are interested in learning about 3D computer vision. Our group has the latest hardware and software technology, including several state-of-the-art laser scanners, custom built stereo vision systems, and 3D modeling software. If you are highly motivated and want to join our research group, please contact us.