Marc Levoy

Marc Levoy is the VMware Founders Professor of Computer Science (Emeritus) at Stanford University and a Principal Engineer at Google. In previous lives he worked on computer-assisted cartoon animation (1970s), volume rendering (1980s), 3D scanning (1990s), light field imaging (2000s), and computational photography (2010s). At Stanford he taught computer graphics, digital photography, and the science of art. At Google he launched Street View, co-designed the library book scanner, and currently leads a team whose projects include HDR+ mode on Nexus/Pixel cameras and the Jump light field camera. Awards: Cornell University Charles Goodwin Sands Medal for best undergraduate thesis (1976), National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator (1991), ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics Achievement Award (1996), ACM Fellow (2007). Click here for Marc Levoy's home page at Stanford.

Google Publications

Previous Publications

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    Dual photography

    Pradeep Sen, Billy Chen, Gaurav Garg, Stephen R. Marschner, Mark Horowitz, Marc Levoy, Hendrik P. A. Lensch

    ACM Trans. Graph., vol. 24 (2005), pp. 745-755

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    Protected interactive 3D graphics via remote rendering

    David Koller, Michael Turitzin, Marc Levoy, Marco Tarini, Giuseppe Croccia, Paolo Cignoni, Roberto Scopigno

    ACM Trans. Graph., vol. 23 (2004), pp. 695-703

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    The digital Michelangelo project: 3D scanning of large statues

    Marc Levoy, Kari Pulli, Brian Curless, Szymon Rusinkiewicz, David Koller, Lucas Pereira, Matt Ginzton, Sean E. Anderson, James Davis, Jeremy Ginsberg, Jonathan Shade, Duane Fulk

    SIGGRAPH, ACM Press (2000), pp. 131-144