Isaac is an MArch student exploring hybrid phsyical-digital spaces.
Shivam is an undergraduate student working on a tool for visualizing space syntax data in situ.
Luis is an undergrad student working on low-effort interactions for virtual reality.
Jake is an undergrad student working on a spatially-responsive augmented reality game.
Meghna is an Applied Master’s student working on a multimodal interface for geospatial visualization in the MIMIR project.
Khalid is a PhD student in the Interdisciplinary PhD program, researching the impact of medical and technical familiarity on the use of patient-facing systems.
Akshay is an Applied Master’s student working on a VR curling simulation with an augmented curling broom controller.
Juliano is computer engineer pursing his PhD under the supervision of Dr. Reilly. He is interested in collaborative immersive visualization of geospacial data and interaction techniques for virtual and augmented reality. You can find more information his personal website.