I am a professor of computer science at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. I also direct the visual computing lab that focuses on problems residing at the intersection of computer vision, visual sensor networks, large-scale processing and computer graphics.
Visual computing lab is involved in number of exciting research problems:
Advanced computer graphics and vision simulation technologies to serve the needs of camera networks research.
Motion vectors extracted from crowd videos are used to synthesize artificial crowds.
Extracting three-dimensional flight trajectories of liquid droplets from video data.
Cognitive/behavior visual serving controllers for capturing free-flying uncooperative satellites.
Road boundary detection adverse lighting and environmental conditions.
Multicamera control as an online scheduling problem.
Behavior-based controllers for passive and active PTZ cameras.
Accelerated cost-volume filtering for depth analysis
From time to time I find myself compelled to do some coding. Below I list some open source software that I have written that you may find useful.