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June 23, 2004

Tyler Waite...Candidate

My friend and fellow Ph.D. student Tyler Waite defended his qualifying examination paper today. His paper is titled: HCI Theory and Methods for Augmented Reality Interface Design, I'll post a link to the final copy when he has it online. Tyler is employed by Information In Place in Bloomington IN. Check them out if you are into VR and AR work, they do very cool stuff. I've been particularly interested to see their Virtual Aids to Navigation (vATON) program created in partnership with the U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center. It is an excellent use of VR technology to support maritime operations.

Tyler's presentation went well and questions from the faculty present allowed him to explicate additional points from the presentation. I expect that he will be entered into candidacy but we must wait for all of the faculty to vote on the issue. SLIS allows the entire group of faculty in the department, both faculty members who attended the defense and those that did not, vote on the examinees admission to candidacy a process that takes place the week following the defense. So we have to wait to know if all is well, though again I expect it will be so in this case.

Posted by prolurkr at June 23, 2004 08:28 PM

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I went to Tyler Waite's qualifying paper defense this afternoon, mostly to get a better grip on what our school's qualifying papers and presentations should look like. All in all I have to say that I liked the material (augmented reality) that T...

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