AR/VR

Events

Simulation & Digital Health at the NRC

Jordan Hovdebo & Robert DiRaddo
National Research Council of Canada

Towards Better User Interfaces for 3D: Fatigue Models for 3D Interaction

Wolfgang Stuerzlinger
Professor, School of Interactive Arts and Technology
Simon Fraser University

Profile

Computer Science
Psychology
Computer Science
Curriculum & Pedagogy
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Trainees

Computer Science
2020 cohort
Computer Science
2018 cohort
Civil Engineering
2020 cohort
Mechanical Engineering
2018 cohort
Computer Science
2019 cohort
Psychology
2019 cohort
Mechanical Engineering
2020 cohort
Mechanical Engineering
Pre-cohort
Information School
2020 cohort
Electrical & Computer Engineering
2017 cohort
Computer Science
2020 cohort
Computer Science
2019 cohort
Computer Science
2019 cohort
Computer Science
2018 cohort
Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy
2020 cohort

Research Projects

DFP Research

A future-focused approach for robot programming using augmented reality (AR) with the goal of enabling safe and intuitive human-robot interaction in collaborative manufacturing.

DFP Research

Spheree uses optical tracking for head-coupled rendering, providing parallax-based 3D depth cues.

DFP Research

Like much of the human behaviour researchers on campus, Dr. Alan Kingstone's research is focused on understanding how everyday perceptions, cognitions, emotions, and human actions, can be studied in

DFP Research

Using augmented reality (AR) to enhance user engagement with library materials.