Brevin Tilmon

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Hi, I am currently at Quidient working on photorealistic 3D reconstruction. Previously, I received my PhD in computer vision from the Florida Optics and Computational Sensor Lab at the University of Florida where I worked on computer vision algorithms and computational photography hardware. During my PhD I worked on a wide range of computer vision, graphics, and computational photography problems during research internships at Snap Research, Meta Reality Labs, and NASA Ames Research Center.


"Foveated Computational Imaging"
Brevin Tilmon
PhD Thesis, University of Florida, 2023

"Energy-Efficient Adaptive 3D Sensing"
Brevin Tilmon, Zhanghao Sun, Sanjeev Koppal, Yicheng Wu, Georgios Evangelidis, Ramzi Zahreddine, Guru Krishnan, Sizhuo Ma, and Jian Wang
CVPR 2023
Paper - Website - Code - Supplementary

"SaccadeCam: Adaptive Visual Attention for Monocular Depth Sensing"
Brevin Tilmon and Sanjeev Koppal
ICCV 2021
Paper - Website - Code

"FoveaCam: A MEMS Mirror Enabled Foveating Camera"
Brevin Tilmon, Eakta Jain, Silvia Ferrari, and Sanjeev Koppal
PAMI 2021, ICCP 2020
Paper - Website - Code

"Towards a MEMS-based Adaptive LIDAR"
Francesco Pittaluga, Zaid Tasneem, Justin Folden, Brevin Tilmon, Ayan Chakrabarti, and Sanjeev Koppal
3DV 2020
Paper - Website

"Design and Calibration of a Fast Flying-Dot Projector for Dynamic Light Transport Acquisition"
Kristofer Henderson, Xiaomeng Liu, Justin Folden, Brevin Tilmon, Suren Jayasuriya, and Sanjeev Koppal
Transactions on Computational Imaging 2020
Paper - Website


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