[Ilugc] Fwd: [OpenCV] Computer Vision Interns 2010
l.mohanphy at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 08:53:39 IST 2010
Willow Garage provides interns with an opportunity to integrate aspects of
their degree program with the real world application of open source software
Interested people with C++ and Geometric vision ( is an important and
well-studied part of computer vision) find the below information.
Thanks & Rg
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From: Gary <garybradski at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 7:39 AM
As I mentioned in my new years message.
We (Willow Garage http://www.willowgarage.com a robotics
institute/incubator) can use an intern in 3D model capture.
That is: using silhouettes to capture an object and combine that with
structure from motion and stereo clues to create 3D object meshes out of
objects. Pay is good, free food, great location, work with robots, sensors
-- you can best summarize Willow as: Fun. Papers will be written, hard work
but good times, see examples at
US, or US work visa is easiest. For more exceptional people who can stay
longer than 3 months, we'll deal with helping obtain a work visa. This is an
internship which means you are enrolled in some school. We might also
consider doing this with a consulting arrangement for non-students, but at
Intern rates. For real exceptional situations, work in place may be possible
and/or student grants to fund work in place.
Winter, Spring, Fall. Summer is very full here already with interns.
Exception: Come in Spring and stay through the Summer.
You must be a seasoned programmer in C++. There is no time for learning
curves, we work with robots and fairly complex systems.
You must have a good understanding of geometric vision. Calibration,
homography, structure from motion.
Computer graphics a big plus
Experience in optimization, CUDA etc also a plus.
Experience working with robots is a plus.
If you meet the "MUST" above, send application to
jobs at willowgarage.com<jobs%40willowgarage.com>Put in the title:
"Intern: 3D Model Capture"
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