• Internship and papers

    Several things happened since my last update, which has been a while ago. We published MaskFusion at ISMAR2018, I interned and contracted for Facebook Reality Labs in Redmond, WA and in the course of that we are going to publish FroDO at CVPR2020 – which sadly has to be purely virtual.

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    Photostory: An open-source workflow for creating slideshows

    Photostory is a tool to generate slideshows using Blender. It can generate videos directly, but also offers a workflow for more customization.

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  • Co-Fusion and ICRA

    In one of my last articles I mentioned my excitement about a paper we had submitted to a conference. Now, few months later, I already had the pleasure to present the work at ICRA. The whole experience was fantastic! ICRA offered a plethora of interesting presentations, industry exhibitions, activities and even robot competitions. I got valuable feedback for my own presentation – which I think went really well – and last but not least got the chance to swim in the infinity pool of the Marina Sands Bay Hotel.

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  • Something is wrong when the ‘telephone app’ on your phone becomes 3rd party

    Since I am not living in my home country, I frequently use two different SIM cards and prefer having a phone with dual-sim support. This limits your choice significantly when buying a new device and last time I bought one, I opted for the Wileyfox Swift. It was cheap, had most features I desired and shipped with CyanogenMod (Android) – which, I thought, might indicate that Wileyfox delivers a slim, privacy-aware system.

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  • Afcea award & GCPR

    A lot happened in the last couple of weeks: I received an award for my master thesis, which I also presented as a poster at GCPR and submitted a paper about my current work.

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  • The dark side of big data

    Everybody (1, 2, 3) is talking about big data and the chances that are not to be missed. So it would be fatal to miss this opportunity, for instance, by imposing too many regulations, right?

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