Who We Are

We are Voxel51. What is a voxel, you ask? A voxel is to a video what a pixel is to an image. It is literally, a "volume element" in the space-time volume of a video.

Why 51?

A few reasons: there are many voxels; can we find the right one? Does the voxel you care about exist in your video?


/'väk-sɘl/     noun

Any of the discrete elements comprising the three-dimensional space-time volume of a video.

Our Mission

It is our mission at Voxel51 to enable people and organizations to best use their video resources to make exceptional decisions.

We're essentially here to help you get the most of those voxels, or rather all that raw video data you have sitting around -- because that's a lot of potential.

Our Founders

As many startups were before, Voxel51 was conceived on a college campus when our co-founders met at the University of Michigan.

Jason Corso

Jason Corso, CEO, has spent the last 15+ years identifying and tackling problems in video analytics and computer vision. At Voxel51 and in his continued role as Professor at the University of Michigan, the intensity with which he believes he (and we) can make an impact inspires everyone around him to push boundaries.

Brian Moore

During his time at the University of Michigan, Brian Moore, CTO, designed state-of-the-art algorithms for problems in computer vision and machine learning. Enticed by the explosive potential of startups, Brian forewent a career at a tech behemoths to pursue his passion for herding cats, ergonomic chairs, and adventure.

Our Team


Jason Corso


Brian Moore


Brandon Paris

CVML Scientist

Matthew Lightman


Kevin Qi


Ben Kane


David Hodgson

Ops Lead

Kristina Oberly

Data Lead

Andrew Israel


Mike Jeffers

Biz Dev Lead

Sheikh Shuvo


Tyler Ganter


Alan Stahl


Ravali Pinnaka