Welcome to my page.

I am Prasanna Krishnasamy. I design and implement computer vision systems. My interests lie in applying machine learning to computer vision and 3D mapping/tracking.

I work on deep learning and computer vision at Arraiy. Here we work on making visual content creation easier for artists using the latest in computer vision and machine learning.

I earned a Masters at the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering in UC San Diego. During that time, I worked in the computer vision lab in UC San Diego. Prior to that, I had completed my undergraduate degree - B.E.(hons.) Electronics and Instrumentation- from BITS-Pilani, India.


Drop me an email at: krishnasamy <dot> prasanna <at> gmail <dot> com

Past Experience

Previously, I worked for Magicleap Inc. as a computer vision engineer which was a whole lot of fun. There I worked on hand recognition, deep learning for gestures, depth cameras, object tracking, multiple camera pose and calibration. These were features that enable mixed-reality experiences.

Prior to that, I was working on projects in Amazon Lab126 on their emerging technologies team as an engineer. Here I worked on object tracking, machine learning for gesture recognition, and 3D plane finding.

My graduate school work was under Prof. David Kriegman and Prof. Serge Belongie on modeling distorted fingerprints and increasing the accuracy of systems for them.


Krishnasamy P., Belongie S., Kriegman D., "Wet Fingerprint Recognition: Challenges and Opportunities", International Joint Conference on Biometrics (IJCB), Washington, DC, October, 2011 -- DOWNLOAD PDF