Partner HW architect, Silicon Management - Microsoft
Cyrus S. Bamji received his SBs in Mathematics and EECS, and his SM and PhD (in 1989) in EECS from MIT. His early work was in the area of Electronic Design Automation where he won several best paper awards and wrote a book on Hierarchical Compaction Techniques. He is the inventor of over 74 patents most in the field of Time of Flight (TOF). He was the CTO and a co-founder of Canesta a TOF company acquired by Microsoft in 2010. He now leads a team developing next generation TOF technologies at Microsoft.
I have never created a Facebook or Twitter account, and this is my 1st ever blog post. I started working on Time of Flight (ToF) circa 2000 and ToF has been my passion and some would say my obsession. In this first blog post I hope to share my journey, address how my thinking has evolved over time and share some basic concepts of what ToF is...
About the program
We are on a mission to democratize cloud connected 3D vision via an ecosystem of Semiconductor, IHVs, ISVs and SIs building cameras, 3D vision skills & services.
Combining Microsoft ToF depth sensing technology with the Azure intelligent Edge and Intelligent cloud platforms is disrupting computer vision applications across multiple industries.