Our `Workshop’ series tries to revisit some basic – or not so basic – concepts of AR/VR. We will attempt to keep this fairly frequent and try to answer genuine questions that crop up – mostly asked by students and researchers when they first start working on these fields. We are pretty sure this will […]
I am a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering of the University of Chester, UK, since June 2015. My research expertise is on Wearable Computing, Mixed Reality and Virtual Reality, complemented by experience in Information Visualization, Haptics and Usability Evaluation.
I am currently interested in various themes of human-computer interaction, and in particular the application of novel display technologies in visualization.
Previously, I was a lecturer and researcher at the School of Computer Science, Bangor University, UK, a member of the Visualisation and Medical Graphics (VMG) group and an associate of the Research Institute of Visual Computing (RIVIC).
Entries by Panos
Back from the Xmas holidays and right after tackling some things at work – aka ‘the demo’ – I had time too look into recent developments and news. Naturally CES 2012 was one of the high points of 2012. And I stumbled upon the most impressive transparent screen I have seen. Here is a video […]
Nice video from The Verge – with colorful comments bellow – on work being done in Microsoft Labs on Kinect and Lightspace. We hope to experiment with Kinect after I am done with the bulk of work for Project IVY A look at Kinect Fusion and Lightspace from Microsoft labs (source:TheVerge)
We may have been silent for April with unrelated to work obstacles but we are back on track. Here is a summary of some noteworthy things we came across this month in inverse chronological order. A TechWatch report on Augmented Reality for Smartphones is now available: Augmented Reality for Smartphones [PDF Link] . The report […]
Synthetic Toys were invited to express our opinion on User Experience for Augmented Reality, in the new blog AR-UX, by @robman of MOB-labs, following our position paper on AR Standards Meeting in Barcelona, this February.