Graeme Jarvis

Graeme Jarvis

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Biography

Started programming in self-taught Visual Basic 6, moved to Java when starting University and extended knowledge with the iCarnegie Software Systems Developer course. Also learned C++ from the iCarnegie course and self-taught C# and other .NET languages. Now working in the MVL to increase knowledge and understanding of both a live development environment, and cutting edge Augmented Reality research.

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

2012
Tablet versus Phone: Depth Perception in Handheld Augmented Reality Dey, A., Jarvis, G., Sandor, C., and Reitmayr, G.
Tablet versus Phone: Depth Perception in Handheld Augmented Reality
In Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, pages 187--196, Atlanta, USA, November, 2012. Best Paper Award Nominee
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2011
An Evaluation of Augmented Reality X-Ray Vision for Outdoor Navigation Dey, A., Jarvis, G., Sandor, C., Wibowo, A., and Mattila, V.
An Evaluation of Augmented Reality X-Ray Vision for Outdoor Navigation
In Proceedings of International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence, pages 28--32, Osaka, Japan, November, 2011.
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2010
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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