- At Google, Ceres is used to:
- Willow Garage uses Ceres to solve SLAM problems.
- Southwest Research Institute uses Ceres for calibrating robot-camera systems.
- Blender uses Ceres for planar tracking and bundle adjustment.
- OpenMVG an open source multi-view geometry library uses Ceres for bundle adjustment.
- Microsoft Research uses Ceres for nonlinear optimization of objectives involving subdivision surfaces under skinned control meshes.
- Matterport, uses Ceres for global alignment of 3D point clouds and for pose graph optimization.
- Obvious Engineering uses Ceres for bundle adjustment for their 3D photography app Seene.
- The Autonomous Systems Lab at ETH
Zurich uses Ceres for
- Camera and Camera/IMU Calibration.
- Large scale optimization of visual, inertial, gps and wheel-odometry data for long term autonomy.
- OpenPTrack uses Ceres for camera calibration.
- The Intelligent Autonomous System Lab
at University of Padova, Italy, uses Ceres for
- Camera/depth sensors network calibration.
- Depth sensor distortion map estimation.
- Theia is an open source Structure from Motion library that uses Ceres for bundle adjustment and camera pose estimation.
- The Applied Research Laboratory at Pennsylvania State University uses in their synthetic aperture Sonar beamforming engine, called ASASIN , for estimating platform kinematics.
- Colmap is a an open source structure from motion library that makes heavy use of Ceres for bundle adjustment with support for many camera models and for other non-linear least-squares problems (relative, absolute pose refinement, etc.).