Many people have contributed heavily to the projects here, giving generously of their time, knowledge, writing, advice, coding etc. We would like to list everyone but that would be impractical and the nuance of individual contributions would be lost in a few bullet points. We remember and are grateful. Thank you.
This series of works are primarily supported by the Advanced Digital Sciences Centre, specifically the former ITEM group headed by Minh N. Do and Jiangbo Lu. However, we have also benefited from men and resources from many other labs. These include Philip Torr from Oxford, Sai-Kit Yeung from SUTD, Ming-Ming Cheng from Nankai and Yasuyuki Matsushita from Osaka University.
And now we are moving on. I am actively looking for a job. If you are interested in the research direction, do contact Daniel.
Helped develop and code "GMS: Grid-based Motion Statistics for Fast, Ultra-robust Feature Correspondence ".
Helped develop and code the "Aligning images in the wild" algorithm. Also built the Matlab based A-SIFT used in "Bilateral Functions for Global Motion Modelling".
Contributed the GPU-ASIFT coding and re-coded the "CODE matching" algorithm into C++. He set up the previous version of this website.