Category: Biologically encoded augmented reality

Dissertation and graduate work at MIT

Peripheral semantics

This research demonstrates a foundational approach to peripheral semantic information delivery capable of conveying highly complex symbols well beyond the established mean, using motion-modulated stimuli within a series of small, static apertures in far periphery ( > 50°).

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Stimulus preparation

Adapting stimuli to dynamic environments One of the greatest challenges of adapting motion-modulated semantics to real-world environments is maintaining requisite conditions for effects to occur. 

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Synthetic shape motion

Our visual realities are flooded with complex and robust natural scenes.  New findings in curvature estimation illustrate where our expectations of reality can break down

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Invisible Ink

The eye is a highly sensitive and programmable array of sensors.  By presenting stimuli to discrete regions of the retina we encode neural pathways with

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