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Japjit Tulsi

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Episode 75: Using Data To Create Beautiful Visualizations With Japjit Tulsi

CTO Confessions Brought to you by IT Labs

We have this idea of data that it’s a bulk of information that helps us make decisions in the virtual world, but can it be used for something like renovating buildings and improving the efficiency in the construction world? Enter Japjit Tulsi, the CTO at Matterport, a company which is dedicated to making spatial data a bit more likeable, and the world a bit better. Japjit’s journey is one that’s filled with many companies, both startups and large corporations, all which have helped him diversify his portfolio, and gain vast experience. He’s been in the industry for a quarter of a century now, and is one of the most impressive tech leaders we’ve had on our podcast: Key takeaways from the podcast are: • How having a list of dos and don'ts regarding leadership can help you become more consistent • Why hiring right is more about time, rather than approach or skill • How visualization of data can help spur the next big thing in tech Our Guest: Japjit Tulsi LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/japjittulsi/ Website: https://matterport.com/ Intro and background music: Craig MacArthur - Power Shutoff (www.youtube.com/watch?v=x74iB_jtauw)

39mins

27 Oct 2021

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Japjit Tulsi (Matterport) on 3D Digital Twins and Building Strong Engineering Teams

AR Show with Jason McDowall

Japjit Tulsi is the CTO at Matterport, a company building a set of technologies to accelerate and simplify the creation of immersive 3D digital twins for real estate, project planning, hospitality, insurance, and more.Prior to Matterport, Japjit gained more than 20 years of technical leadership experience, including as CTO at Carta, a tool for investors, founders, and employees to manage their equity. He was also VP of Engineering at eBay, leading engineering for new product development, including their AI-powered shopping assistant.Earlier in his career, he helped build products at Google, including Google Analytics and YouTubes’ innovative content platform. He also held numerous senior leadership positions at Microsoft, along with entrepreneurial pursuits at StumbleUpon.Japjit also serves as a board member at Grassroots Ecology, an environmental education and action nonprofit.In this conversation, we get into the technology at Matterport and how Japjit and his team are leveraging machine learning to deliver greater insights with less data, essentially enabling you to “teleport” into a space.But their vision is to do more than capture physical spaces. Matterport's Cortex AI and deep learning algorithms leverages the data to bring an unparalleled index of millions of spaces and new insights into the operational efficiency of buildings around the world.We talk about the company, the technology, and the roadmap. And Japjit shares some great advice for building and maintaining strong engineering teams.You can find all of the show notes at thearshow.com.

1hr 6mins

4 May 2021

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Matterport 3-D Imaging with Japjit Tulsi

Software Daily

Matterport is a company that builds 3-D imaging for the inside of buildings, construction sites, and other locations that require a “digital twin.” Generating digital images of the insides of buildings has a broad spectrum of applications, and there are considerable engineering challenges in building such a system.Matterport’s hardware stack involves a camera built in-house by the company. The camera can take 360 degree scans of a room, stitch the imagery together, and make the digital twin available on the cloud.Japjit Tulsi works at Matterport, and he joins the show to discuss 3-D imaging, and his role as CTO of the company.

19 May 2020

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Matterport 3-D Imaging with Japjit Tulsi

Software Engineering Daily

Matterport is a company that builds 3-D imaging for the inside of buildings, construction sites, and other locations that require a “digital twin.” Generating digital images of the insides of buildings has a broad spectrum of applications, and there are considerable engineering challenges in building such a system. Matterport’s hardware stack involves a camera built in-house by the company. The camera can take 360 degree scans of a room, stitch the imagery together, and make the digital twin available on the cloud. Japjit Tulsi works at Matterport, and he joins the show to discuss 3-D imaging, and his role as CTO of the company. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Matterport 3-D Imaging with Japjit Tulsi appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

49mins

19 May 2020

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Matterport 3-D Imaging with Japjit Tulsi

Data – Software Engineering Daily

Matterport is a company that builds 3-D imaging for the inside of buildings, construction sites, and other locations that require a “digital twin.” Generating digital images of the insides of buildings has a broad spectrum of applications, and there are considerable engineering challenges in building such a system. Matterport’s hardware stack involves a camera built in-house by the company. The camera can take 360 degree scans of a room, stitch the imagery together, and make the digital twin available on the cloud. Japjit Tulsi works at Matterport, and he joins the show to discuss 3-D imaging, and his role as CTO of the company. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Matterport 3-D Imaging with Japjit Tulsi appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

43mins

19 May 2020

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Matterport 3-D Imaging with Japjit Tulsi

Podcast – Software Engineering Daily

Matterport is a company that builds 3-D imaging for the inside of buildings, construction sites, and other locations that require a “digital twin.” Generating digital images of the insides of buildings has a broad spectrum of applications, and there are considerable engineering challenges in building such a system. Matterport’s hardware stack involves a camera built in-house by the company. The camera can take 360 degree scans of a room, stitch the imagery together, and make the digital twin available on the cloud. Japjit Tulsi works at Matterport, and he joins the show to discuss 3-D imaging, and his role as CTO of the company. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Matterport 3-D Imaging with Japjit Tulsi appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

49mins

19 May 2020