Amanda Castonguay was a guest in the INIT Lab for the summer of 2015 under the DREU Program, from the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine. She worked on the Kinect Pose Project, the Wacom Tablet Project and the IPES Museum Learning Project. With a degree in Communications & New Media, Amanda is skilled in web development and aims to build highly intuitive web interfaces. She is interested in human-computer interaction, usability and data visualization. Check out Amanda’s Summer 2015 Research Blog!
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Personal Website = https://www.cise.ufl.edu/~lcastong/DREU/
Position = Visiting DREU Undergraduate Research Assistant
Project = Kinect Pose Project, the Wacom Tablet Project and the IPES Museum Learning Project
The IPES Museum Learning Project has come along nicely since it was last written about. We are currently working on building a prototype tabletop display to explore ways to make a great interactive exhibit. We are in the process of brainstorming and building features to engage the user, with hopes […]