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Virtual Environments Group, Summer 2010

In 2010 I participated in Clemson University's Undergraduate Research in Human-Centered Computing. I worked in the Virtual Environments group on the project Egocentric Distance Estimation in Virtual Environments. For the project I modeled a virtual environment that imitated a real room in the lab for an experiment that compared reaching distance estimations between virtual and real environments. I used Maya and OpenSceneGraph (C++) to model and integrate the objects in the room, respectively.

I presented the research poster below at the Clemson University REU Poster Session, the Bard College DSS Poster Session, and at the New York Celebration of Women in Computing (NYC-WiC 2011).

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