Email: kishore AT cs.unc.edu
I am a graduate student at UNC-Chapel Hill and I work with Prof. Henry Fuchs in the BeingThere Center . My research interests include Augmented Reality, Telepresense, Computational Photography, Computer Vision, and Computer Graphics .
Previously, I worked at Ricoh Innovations, Bangalore and did my B.Tech in Electrical Engineering at IIT, Gandhinagar.
Lingras, P., & Rathinavel, K. (2012, November). Recursive meta-clustering in a granular network. In Intelligent Systems Design and Applications (ISDA), 2012 12th International Conference on (pp. 770-775). IEEE. [paper]
Rathinavel, K., & Lingras, P. (2013, June). A granular recursive fuzzy meta-clustering algorithm for social networks. In IFSA World Congress and NAFIPS Annual Meeting (IFSA/NAFIPS), 2013 Joint (pp. 567-572). IEEE.[paper]
Implemented an Augmented Reality demo for a near-eye display (e.g. Lumus DK-32) in a tracked environment. Video coming up soon! I also made this a wearable demo with stereo capabilities.
Developed a Compressed Sensing based recognition algorithm for Multi-spectral palm-print data
Developed a software to obtain perspective and depth images from raw Lytro camera image files
Developed a software to produce anaglyphic images for 3D models which are obtained from light field images or DICOM images and render on an Android platform