Christian is passionate about the opportunities that new Augmented Reality Technologies can bring to learning. He is especially interested in the domain of second language learning. Some of his previous research involves co-developing an English as second language learning system that enables situated learning by allowing a remote peer to annotate images streamed from a head-mounted display or phone. The remote companion can essentially “subtitle” the learner’s environment, allowing them to highlight new vocabulary and enable real-time contextually rich supplements to offline curricula.

Max is a visual effects artist and 3D animator. He is a collaborator on the CocoVerse project.

Hisham is currently a Phd student in Andy Lippman's group. He collaborated on CocoVerse from March through May, 2016, laying important groundwork for the interaction design and networking architecture.

Victoria is an MBA Candidate at the MIT Sloan School of Management, collaborating with Fluid Interfaces on the CocoVerse project.

Wiley is a virtual reality engineer and designer collaborating with the Fluid Interfaces group on the CocoVerse project. He is the lead engineer on the project, working with project lead Scott W. Greenwald. He visited the group in Fall 2016 as part of a learning experience, and is continuing from January 2017 as an independent contractor. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from New College of Florida in June 2016.

More information about Wiley can be found on his website.