Rhys Moyne has recently completed a four year undergraduate degree in Advanced Computer & Information Science (Honours) at the University of South Australia. His honours thesis examined the use of an animated direct manipulation interface for interactive environment exploration in handheld augmented reality. During his undergraduate degree, he spent one year studying at Linköping University, Sweden. Currently he is undertaking an internship at the University of South Australia, where he is extending the work of his honours thesis as well as exploring the use of the Nokia N900 as a platform for augmented reality applications.
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|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.|
Animated Direct Manipulation Interface for Interactive Environment Exploration in Handheld Augmented Reality