My research interest is mainly about how spatial understanding and spatial manipulation can be improved with digital interfaces, how those interfaces engage the body, and how such interfaces can be designed, built, and evaluated. I have a BS and a MS degree in engineering. I worked as a research engineer in the area of safety technology. Then I got fascinated by the possibilities of using technology to create interaction, content, and art, so I studied for a MS degree in interactive multimedia. Currently, I am a PhD Candidate from Polytechnic Institute of Purdue University (USA), also a visiting Student Researcher at Synaesthetic Media Lab, Ryerson University (Canada).
Ryerson University & Purdue University