I am a scientist with HoloLens at Microsoft in Cambridge. My research is focused on obtaining 3D digital models, particularly smooth and articulated models, of people and objects.
I have previously worked on geometric problems in computer graphics and computer vision at the University of Cambridge, the University of Lugano and TranscenData Europe.
Tom Cashman is a Senior Scientist in the HoloLens research team at Microsoft in Cambridge. He studied Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Cambridge, completing his PhD in 2010. The resulting thesis was runner-up in the British Computer Society’s Distinguished Dissertation competition and received the Eurographics PhD Award. Tom’s PhD included an internship at Microsoft Research Cambridge, working with Andrew Fitzgibbon to answer “What shape are dolphins?” by building 3D morphable models from 2D images. After spending two years as a postdoc at the University of Lugano, he returned to Cambridge to work with TranscenData Europe as a software engineer and technical lead on R&D projects in geometry handling, before joining Microsoft in 2015.