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About Flora Tasse

When science and art meets, magic follows ...

Welcome fellow human and others!

More about me and my work at and

What I do

I head the AI and Computer Vision research at Streem where we are making cameras smart enough to solve users problems right where they are.

Before, I led the tech behind Selerio, where we made interactions between the real world and the virtual world easier than never before. Selerio was spun-out from my PhD work in the Rainbow group (University of Cambridge), under the supervision of Prof. Neil Dodgson and Prof. Peter Robinson.

Check my Google Scholar page for some of the papers that came out from that work and all of my other research. Selected highlights:

Where I come from

Born and raised in Douala, Cameroon. I then spent 5 years in South Africa, before coming to the UK late 2012.

Higher Education

Work experience


I specialize in AI, Computer vision, and 3D Graphics.

My PhD was looking at new machine learning techniques for 3D shape retrieval from partial queries. Prior to this project, I worked on enhanced texture-based terrain synthesis on GPU and crowd simulation of virtual autonomous pedestrians.

My research interests lie in using data-driven methods for semantic-aware scene understanding, 3D modelling, content-based shape retrieval and sketch-based interfaces. Take a look at some open-source code @ftasse.

Selected extracurricular activities

Work in progress



Drop an email at my work address flora (at) Or ping me on LinkedIn!