|Assistant Professor of Computer Science|
Three themes span my research: interactivity, complexity and spatiality. These give rise to projects that often span more than one of these themes. My general fields of interest include computer graphics, human computer interfaces, and virtual reality.
Interactivity: Most of my research is driven by a strong interest in interactive systems.
Complexity: If you want to pack as much into an interactive frame as possible, you have to get a handle on fidelity and visual complexity.
Spatiality: The most compelling applications of interactive graphics are spatial.
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