David M. Krum, Ph.D.

2004 Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
Computer Science
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William Ribarsky grad student 2004 Georgia Tech
 (Wearable computers and spatial cognition.)
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Krum DM, Kang SH, Phan T, et al. (2016) Head mounted projection for enhanced gaze in social interactions Proceedings - Ieee Virtual Reality. 2016: 209-210
Kang SH, Phan T, Bolas M, et al. (2016) User perceptions of a virtual human over mobile video chat interactions Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 9733: 107-118
Kang SH, Krum DM, Phan T, et al. (2015) "hi, It's Me Again!" virtual coaches over mobile video Hai 2015 - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference On Human-Agent Interaction. 183-186
Jones JA, Dukes LC, Krum DM, et al. (2015) Correction of geometric distortions and the impact of eye position in virtual reality displays 2015 International Conference On Collaboration Technologies and Systems, Cts 2015. 77-83
Krum DM, Phan T, Dukes LC, et al. (2014) A demonstration of tablet-based interaction panels for immersive environments Proceedings - Ieee Virtual Reality. 175-176
Krum DM, Phan T, Dukes LC, et al. (2014) Tablet-based interaction panels for immersive environments Proceedings - Ieee Virtual Reality. 91-92
Jones JA, Krum DM, Bolas M. (2014) The effect of eye position on the view of virtual geometry Proceedings - Ieee Virtual Reality. 87-88
Bolas M, Iliff J, Hoberman P, et al. (2013) Open virtual reality Proceedings - Ieee Virtual Reality. 183-184
Suma EA, Krum DM, Lange B, et al. (2013) Adapting user interfaces for gestural interaction with the flexible action and articulated skeleton toolkit Computers and Graphics (Pergamon). 37: 193-201
Suma EA, Krum DM, Bolas M. (2013) Redirected walking in mixed reality training applications Human Walking in Virtual Environments: Perception, Technology, and Applications. 319-331
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