Andrew Cunningham

Andrew Cunningham

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Biography

Andrew Cunningham is a researcher at the University of South Australia, where he is investigating Mixed Reality visualization techniques for Nokia Corporation. He is also completing a PhD in Computer and Information Science, focusing on information visualization and human-computer interaction. His research in Mixed Reality visualization has resulted in one patent application filing. Previously, he was a student intern at Canon's Leading-Edge Technology Research Headquarters, Tokyo, where he worked on Mixed Reality device prototyping and spatial photo visualization. He is both a member of IEEE and the Golden Key Society.

Publications

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The colors next to the publications denote the lab in which they were created:
  Magic Vision Lab. University of South Australia. Adelaide, Australia.
  Wearable Computer Laboratory. University of South Australia. Adelaide, Australia.
  Canon's Leading-Edge Technology Research Headquarters. Human Machine Perception Laboratory. Tokyo, Japan.
  Fachgebiet Augmented Reality. Munich University of Technology. Munich, Germany.
  Fachgebiet Computer Aided Medical Procedures. Munich University of Technology. Munich, Germany.

Conferences

2010
Evaluating Depth Perception of Photorealistic Mixed Reality Visualizations for Occluded Objects in Outdoor Environments Dey, A., Cunningham, A., and Sandor, C.
Evaluating Depth Perception of Photorealistic Mixed Reality Visualizations for Occluded Objects in Outdoor Environments
In Proceedings of ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, pages 211--218, Hong Kong, China, November, 2010.
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An Augmented Reality X-Ray System Based on Visual Saliency Sandor, C., Cunningham, A., Dey, A., and Mattila, V.
An Augmented Reality X-Ray System Based on Visual Saliency
In Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, pages 27--36, Seoul, Korea, October, 2010.
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Evaluating Depth Perception of Photorealistic Mixed Reality Visualizations for Occluded Objects in Outdoor Environments Dey, A., Cunningham, A., and Sandor, C.
Evaluating Depth Perception of Photorealistic Mixed Reality Visualizations for Occluded Objects in Outdoor Environments
Proceedings of the Fifth IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces, pages 127--128, Waltham, MA, USA, March, 2010.
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Egocentric Space-Distorting Visualizations for Rapid Environment Exploration in Mobile Mixed Reality Sandor, C., Cunningham, A., Eck, U., Urquhart, D., Jarvis, G., Dey, A., Barbier, S., Marner, M., and Rhee, S.
Egocentric Space-Distorting Visualizations for Rapid Environment Exploration in Mobile Mixed Reality
Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality, pages 47--50, Waltham, MA, USA, March, 2010.
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2009
Egocentric Space-Distorting Visualizations for Rapid Environment Exploration in Mobile Mixed Reality Sandor, C., Cunningham, A., Eck, U., Urquhart, D., Jarvis, G., Dey, A., Barbier, S., Marner, M., and Rhee, S.
Egocentric Space-Distorting Visualizations for Rapid Environment Exploration in Mobile Mixed Reality
Proceedings of IEEE and ACM International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, pages 211--212, Orlando, FL, USA, October, 2009.
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Patents

2010
Sandor, C., Cunningham, A., and Ville-Veikko, M.
Method and Apparatus for an Augmented Reality X-Ray. US Patent application 12/785,170 (Filed 21 May 2010). Available online at google patent search.
May, 2010.
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2009
Sandor, C., and Cunningham, A.
Augmented and Virtual Reality Methods and Means. Australian Patent application AU2009905083 (Filed 16 Oct 2009)
October, 2009.
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