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Clark, Adrian

Clark, Adrian
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Position: Post-Doctoral Fellow

Adrian is a Post Doctoral Fellow working on the "Accessible AR for Everyday Devices" project, researching human computer interaction using computer vision techniques. He completed his PhD in Computer Science at the HIT Lab NZ in 2009, where he developed a robust natural feature registration framework called OPIRA Optical-flow Perspective Invariant Registration Augmentation.

Adrian's research interests include Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. He also enjoys teaching, and has tutored a range of Computer Science courses ranging from Introduction to Programming, to Networking, to Advanced Algorithms and Artifical Intelligence.

Adrian was born in Christchurch, but spent his childhood in Papua New Guinea. He is a keen sportsman, and is particularly fond of indoor netball, karate and sea kayaking. He also enjoys trying all things motorsport, be it cars, motorbikes, jetskis, or gas powered skateboards.


  • Corbett-Davies, S., Dünser, A. & Clark, A (2013). An advanced interaction framework for augmented reality based exposure treatment. In (Conditionally accepted) IEEE Virtual Reality (VR). Orlando, Florida, USA.[More]
  • Piumsomboon, T., Clark, A., Billinghurst, M. & Cockburn, A. (2013). User-defined gestures for augmented reality.[More]
  • Corbett-Davies, S., Dünser, A. & Clark, A (2012). An Interactive Augmented Reality System for Exposure Treatment. In 11th IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR). Atlanta, Georgia, USA.[More]
  • Corbett-Davies, S., Green, R. & Clark, A (2012). Physically interactive tabletop augmented reality using the Kinect. In 27th Image and Vision Computing New Zealand (IVCNZ'12), pages 210-215. Dunedin, New Zealand : ACM.[More]
  • Piumsomboon, T. & Clark, A (2012). ARMicroMachines: natural interaction with augmented reality scenes. In CHINZ'12 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference of the NZ Chapter of the ACM's Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction, pages 99-99. New York, NY, USA : ACM.[More]



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