The Information Visualization group is focussed on research work in the field of information visualization across a wide range of disciplines. As the group's name suggests a primary interest is how computer graphics displays and interaction mechanisms, together with mathematical analysis methods can support the visualization process.
Computer graphics systems which we target range from the portable to the massive: from the laptop or PDA to fully immersive environments using virtual and augmented reality approaches. Interaction mechanisms include everything from the simple 2D mouse to tracked 3D interaction devices and also include interests in effective voice and gesture-based interaction schemes.
Group members include two senior postdoctoral resarch assistants, one research engineer and three PhD students.
Current research projects can be seen listed on the left hand side of this page. Specific information and contact details can be found under the specific pages found there.
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