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3DUI, HCC, Virtual Environments, and Virtual Humans

Amy Ulinski's research interests are concentrated in Human-Centered Computing (HCC) and Human-Computer Interaction, specifically in the usability and evaluation relative to the effects of human interaction with 3-Dimensional User Interfaces (3DUI), Visualizations, Virtual Environments and Virtual Humans, or embodied agents.

Dr. Ulinski seeks to develop and investigate more natural and effective means of interaction in 3D environments, therefore improving tasks for training, education and analysis.


... to discover more natural, comfortable, and efficient ways of interacting with environments that may be more difficult to interact with using traditional metaphors.

... to continue a passion for teaching and mentoring students in persuing their interests in computing.

... to promote diversity, especially women, in computing.

... to provide service to the Virtual Reality and 3DUI research communities and to the School of Computing at Clemson University.

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