Aditi Majumder is an associate professor at the Department of Computer Science in University of California, Irvine. She received her PhD from Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2003. Her research resides at the junction of computer graphics, vision, visualization and human-computer interaction. Her research focuses on novel displays and camera exploring new degrees of freedom and quality while keeping them truly commodity, easily accessible to the common man. She has won three best paper awards in 2009-2010 in premier venues of IEEE Visualization, IEEE VR and IEEE PROCAMS. She is the co-author of the book "Practical Multi-Projector Display Design". She was the general co-chair of IEEE Virtual Reality 2012, program co-chair of IEEE Virtual Reality 2011, conference co-chair for ACM Virtual Reality Software and Technology 2007, general co-chair of the Projector-Camera Workshop (PROCAMS) 2005, and the program chair of PROCAMS 2009. She has played a key role in developing the first curved screen multi-projector display that was marketed by NEC/Alienware. She has advised Disney Imagineering for advances in their projection based theme park rides. She has received the Faculty Research Incentive Award in 2009 and Faculty Research Midcareer Award in 2011 in the School of Information and Computer Science in UCI. She is the recipient of the NSF CAREER award in 2009 for Ubiquitous Displays Via a Distributed Framework
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Imparting New Degrees of Freedom to Next Generation Displays and Cameras
We have seen a tremendous advancement in the past decade by which we will soon find cameras and projectors everywhere in diverse sizes, form factors and resolutions. More importantly, with this...
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