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Woods, Eric

Woods, Eric
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Eric is a double first-class honours graduate in Biochemistry and Applied Computing (Graphics). While at Lincoln University, Eric completed a number of award winning short films and developed interests in 3D animation. He furthered these interests by learning interactive graphics programming techniques that are ideal for scientific visualisation and education.

Beyond short films, Eric also has interests in photography, woodwork and music. He is a percussionist/drummer/producer in two bands and works as a drum tutor and coordinator with a non-profit organisation called JAMM (its Just About Making Music) to promote the improvisation and performance of music as an expression of ones self.

Publications

  • Grasset, R., Woods, E. & Billinghurst, M. (2008). Art and Mixed Reality: New Technology for Seamless Merging Between Virtual and Real. IMedia-Space Journal(1).[More]
  • Grasset, R., Woods, E. & Billinghurst, M (2007). Art and Mixed Reality: New Technology for Seamless Merging Between Virtual and Real. In Design Automation Conference 2007 (perthDAC).[More]
  • Woods, E., Billinghurst, M., Looser, J., Aldridge, G., Brown, D., Garrie, B. et al (2004). Augmenting the Science Centre and Museum Experience. In 2nd international conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques in Australasia and SouthEast Asia (GRAPHITE 2004), pages 230-236. ACM.[More]
  • Aldridge, G. & Woods, E (2004). Robust, geometry-independent shadow volumes. In 2nd international conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques in Australasia and SouthEast Asia (GRAPHITE 2004), pages 250-253. ACM.[More]
  • Kiyokawa, K., Billinghurst, M., Campbell, B. & Woods, E (2003). An Occlusion-Capable Optical See-through Head Mount Display for Supporting Co-located Collaboration. In 2nd IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, pages 133-. IEEE Computer Society.[More]
 

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