Our group works on many different projects, and I do also work on many different things, including:
- new types of 3d printers,
- software for multi-material 3d modeling,
- 3d modeling in context using augmented reality,
- new tools for realtime face and body animation,
- cheap auto-stereoscopic gaze-enabled systems for smartphones and tablets.
Before coming to MIT, I did a B.Sc. and M.Sc. at EPFL. I worked there with a focus on graphics-related projects and spent a lot of time within the Computer Graphics and Geometry Laboratory (LGG) of Mark Pauly, on:
- image texture synthesis,
- 3d geometry exploration involving fast computation on gpu.
On the side, I developed a gesture tracking application and an android application to discover wifis in your surrounding and explore their adoption through the names that people associate with their access points.
Finally, if you like electrostatic charges and field visualization, you may be interested in my maturity work (high school final project).