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The Ames Stereo Pipeline (ASP) was developed by the Intelligent
Robotics Group (IRG), in the Intelligent Systems Division at NASA Ames
Research Center in Moffett Field, CA. It builds on over ten years of
IRG experience developing surface reconstruction tools for terrestrial
robotic field tests and planetary exploration.
- Project Management -
Terry Fong (CS)
Ross Beyer (NASA/SETI Institute)
- Current Developers -
Oleg Alexandrov (NASA/SGT)
Scott McMichael (NASA/SGT)
- Former Developers -
Zachary Moratto (NASA/SGT)
Michael Broxton (NASA/CMU)
Ara Nefian (NASA/CMU)
Matthew Hancher (NASA)
Mike Lundy (NASA/SGT)
Vinh To (NASA/SGT)
- Creator of the original Ames Stereo Pipeline -
Laurence Edwards (NASA)
- Former Interns -
Alex Segal (EAP/Stanford)
Ian Saxton (NASA Intern)
Kerri Cahoy (NASA Intern)
Kyle Husmann (EAP/CalPoly)
Matthew Faulkner (NASA Intern)
Melissa Bunte (NASA Intern)
Morgon Kanter (NASA Intern)
Patrick Mihelich (NASA Intern)
Sasha Aravkin (NASA Intern)
Todd Templeton (NASA Intern)
- Our Friends -
David Shean (APLUW)
Benjamin Smith (APLUW)
- Affiliations -
CS - NASA Civil Servant
CMU - Carnegie Mellon University
SGT - Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies
EAP - Educational Associates Program
APLUW - Applied Physics Laboratory of the University of Washington