I am a graduate student in the GRAIL lab of the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of Washington, working with Prof. Steven Seitz and Prof. Jason Lawrence. My research interests include virtual/augmented reality, computer vision and graphics. My focus now is more in virtual/augmented reality which combines vision and graphics in an interested way while I did research on stereo matching in BCMI lab at Shanghai Jiao Tong University with advisor Prof. Hongtao Lu and on deep learning in National Univerity of Singapore with advisor Prof. Shuicheng Yan as an undergrad.

xuanluo at cs.washington.edu

  • Computer Science & Engr.
  • AC 101 Paul G Allen Center
  • 185 Stevens Way
  • Seattle, WA 98195-2350


University of Washington

2015-now Ph.D. student

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

2011-2015 B.S. in Computer Science


Pepper's Cone: An Inexpensive Do-It-Yourself 3D Display

UIST 2017

Xuan Luo, Jason Lawrence, Steven M. Seitz

Project Page Video Talk pdf

Purine: A graph-based deep learning framework

ICLR 2015

Min Lin, Shuo Li, Xuan Luo

ppt pdf

Fast Non-local Stereo Matching based on Hierarchical Disparity Prediction

Xuejiao Bai, Xuan Luo, Shuo Li, Hongtao Lu, Sei-ichiro Kamata

Demo videos: KITTI: MST, ST, RT , WASEDA: MST, ST, RT


Adaptive Stereo Matching via Loop-erased Random Walk

ICIP 2014

Xuejiao Bai, Xuan Luo, Shuo Li, Hongtao Lu