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Brian Price

Principal Scientist
Adobe Research


As a research scientist at Adobe, I research Computer Vision, develop new technologies, transfer them to Adobe products, and work with universities and PhD students through collaborations and internships.   (See full bio here)


Research Interests:  Computer Vision, Graphics, and Machine Learning,  especially segmentation (interactive object selection, matting, panoptic/semantic segmentation, video segmentation), image synthesis, and document understanding.

Latest News

CVPR acceptances

Mar 1, 2023

I had three papers accepted to CVPR 2023. Watch my Papers page for these to appear as CVPR approaches.

ECCV 2022

Oct 25, 2022

It's ECCV this week. I have one paper, One-Triamp Video Matting. I also had an oral paper at the TiE: Text in Everything workshop. Check them out on my Papers page.


Jun 20, 2022

I have two papers at CVPR this year. Check them out at my Papers page.

Recent Publications

One-Trimap Video Matting

Hongje Seong, Seoung Wug Oh, Brian Price, Euntai Kim, Joon-Young Lee

ECCV 2022

End-to-end Document Recognition and Understanding with Dessurt

Brian Davis, Bryan Morse, Chris Tensmeyer, Brian Price, Curtis Wigington, Vlad Morariu

TiE: Text in Everything (ECCV 2022 Workshop)


Boosting Robustness of Image Matting With Context Assembling and Strong Data Augmentation

Yutong Dai, Brian Price, He Zhang, Chunhua Shen

CVPR 2022


Recent Patents

Generating Class-Agnostic Object Masks in Digital Images

Brian Price, Scott Cohen, Yinan Zhao.

US Patent 11587234. Feb. 21, 2023.

Utilizing interactive deep learning to select objects in digital visual media

Brian Price, Scott Cohen, Mai Long, Jun Hao Liew.

US Patent 11568627. Jan. 31, 2023.

Text Refinement Network

Zhifei Zhang, Xingqian Xu, Zhaowen Wang, Brian Price.

GB Patent 2600806. Dec. 28, 2022.

Technologies Highlights

Object-aware Refine Edge

A few years back I helped to advise on the creation of the Select and Mask workspace in Photoshop that allows users to select objects in images.  Photoshop added a new mode that allows for improved extraction of hair for complex images.  This mode is a follow on to our Deep Image Matting paper from CVPR 2017.


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