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Shape shifting

In the course of implementing a new computer graphics algorithm, I recently found myself immersed in the wonderful world of polyhedra. In particular, I got to play with two of my favorite polyhedra — the cube and the rhombic dodecahedron. The first one everybody knows about. The second one is a little more obscure, but…

CHI 2019

// Sorry for the late blog. I will share my personal feeling of CHI 2019 in brief here and attach a link to my full notes in the end. This is my second CHI experience. Differently, I have something to present this year although it is just a late-breaking work. Check the official preview video…

Gazing at SIGCHI

There are so many papers to attend here at SIGCHI 2019 that the experience is quite overwhelming. At any given moment there are about 20 different things you can choose to attend, between all the courses, papers and other gatherings. There is a joke that going to SIGCHI is almost like not going to SIGCHI.…

Off to SIGCHI

Zhenyi, Ken, and I are waiting at the airport to depart to Scotland. There, we will attend SIGCHI to present our Late Breaking Work Exploring Configuration of Mixed Reality Spaces for Communication. I’m looking forward to all of the events and meeting other people in the field. First comes the voyage.

The End*

Last Sunday, I successfully defended my dissertation on Co-Located Augmented and Virtual Reality Systems, thus completing my Ph.D. program here are the lab. It’s been a wonderful time over these past 5 years, and the FRL has been a great place to study. *Of course, this isn’t the end for me, but really just the…

Overlook the next step of balance assessment

Balance control is a complicated process, which involves multiple systems such as the vestibular system, motor system. A lot of factors can cause imbalance but the underlying connections between the factors and imbalance are not well researched. We approach to reveal the primary factors and their connections to balance by analyzing the parameters that we…