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The Computer Lab. - Graphics & Interaction Research group (Rainbow)

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The interests of the graphics and interaction group span computer graphics, image processing, interaction devices, and interdisciplinary design.

The group has undertaken research in computer graphics since the late 1960s. Over the decades the focus has moved from considerations of display hardware and hardware architecture (1970s), through rendering algorithms (1980s) and 3D display technologies (1990s), to our present work on modelling, imaging, and animation.

Graphics research is undertaken primarily by PhD students and post-docs working under the supervision of Prof. Neil Dodgson, Dr Malcolm Sabin, and Prof. Peter Robinson.

The group has undertaken research in the field of human-computer interaction for many years. Much of that research has focused on novel interface techniques that put computing power into the hands of a wider range of users, under the direction of Prof. Peter Robinson. This work on interface techniques has been complemented by research into theoretical aspects of HCI, including cognitive science and design theory, under the direction of Dr Alan Blackwell.


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