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‘Hand Me’ Mosh

Join Jon Cilley, Eric Rachlin, Evan Lee, and special guest Javier Romero (senior machine learning and computer vision researcher at Body Labs) to discuss our recent release of the Mosh Camera iPhone app and how we’re working to build a new hand model for VR, AR, and a range of other exciting applications.

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Moshin’ with Photos

Join Jon Cilley, Eric Rachlin, and Evan Lee to learn about our recent work with training convolutional neural networks to detect the 3D pose and shape of individuals within 2D imagery. We also discuss how this technology could be deployed across consumer applications in the future — including a new consumer mobile app we’re preparing to release in the coming weeks.

NY Fashion Week Chromat SS17 Hyperwave & the iPhone 7

Join Jon Cilley, Eric Rachlin, Evan Lee and Nathan Ghabour to discuss our latest work with Chromat on the release of their Summer/Spring 2017 Hyperwave architectural swimwear and sportswear line during New York Fashion Week.

Gotta Catch ‘Em All with the Blue Team

Join Body Labs team members Jon Cilley, chief evangelist, Nathan Ghabour, product marketing manager, Evan Lee, professional services engineer, and Paul Melnikow, principle engineer and product strategist, to understand the recent release of Body Labs Blue and solving clothing fit issues for apparel companies using AI as well as the VR and AR implications of Pokemon Go.

Body Talking at SIGGRAPH

Eric Rachlin, co-founder and VP of product design, and Matt Loper, senior computer vision and machine learning research engineer, discuss the Max Planck Institute’s latest paper on creating 3D digital body shape from words, the recent SIGGRAPH computer graphics conference, 3D animation, VR and more.

Solving the Apparel Fit Problem Illusion or Magic?

Currently, 23 percent of all clothing purchased gets returned, 64 percent say incorrect fit is the major reason for returning clothing, and 85 percent would purchase at least one to two more articles of clothing during a single transaction if they could ensure a proper fit. So how can we resolve these issues? Listen in to find out. We’ll also discuss our recent move, magic versus illusions and more.

Scaling 3D Printing with Voodoo Manufacturing

We discuss the benefits of 3D printing and manufacturing with Voodoo Manufacturing’s Max Friefeld, CEO and co-founder, and Jon Schwartz, chief product officer and co-founder. We also explore the current and future state of 3D printing as a whole.

10X My VR Experience

Join Jon Cilley, Eric Rachlin and Matt Hartman, director of seed investments at Betaworks, to talk about the business of virtual reality, augmented reality and machine learning. Matt also dives into his 10X rule for evaluating businesses and use cases across a range of industries.

Mutually Assured Machine Learning

Join Jon Cilley, Eric Rachlin and guest Theofanis Karaletsos as they discuss deep machine learning related to Google, Facebook and others. Theo also gets his Neural Information Processing Systems Conference (NIPS) customer loyalty punch card punched for the fifth time and shares his insights from the event.

Sleep No More for VR

Eric Rachlin and guest Noah Norman, founder of Ancillary Magnet, discuss Microsoft’s HoloLens as well as the future of virtual and augmented reality.

CES, Google Project Tango & Intel’s Virtual Apparel Try-On

Jon is back from CES and… survived Vegas? Jon Cilley, Eric Rachlin and Nico Bishop will be recapping the event, Google’s exciting Project Tango announcements and our role in a new virtual try-on application with Intel’s RealSense.

Computer Vision, Ex Machina & Driverless Cars

We have a podcast! Join Jon Cilley, director of marketing at Body Labs, and Eric Rachlin, co-founder and VP of product design at Body Labs, for our inaugural podcast: Enhance. We’ll be covering the world of computer vision, what it’s like running a startup and pop culture related to our industry. During our first episode we’ll be talking about the film Ex Machina, driverless cars and a brief intro into computer vision.