Jan is a HCI researcher and visiting PhD student at the Fluid Interfaces Group. He has a Bachelor and a Master's degree in Computer Science. He is currently working in the research group of Media Informatics in Ulm University (Germany) under the supervision of Enrico Rukzio. His current work focuses on developing interaction concepts and application scenarios for mobile virtual reality headsets. Jan is particularly interested in investigating on how to leverage these devices to enhance remote communication.

Yasuaki is a visiting associate professor at the Fluid Interfaces group, MIT Media Lab. He holds a PhD in Interdisciplinary Information Studies from The University of Tokyo and has worked as associate professor in Keio University, Kanagawa, Japan. He develops interactive media that extend the human body, tools and communication by multiplying the five senses, affecting the properties of physical materials, and incorporating digital information.

Harpreet Sareen is a Masters student and Research Assistant in the Fluid Interfaces group. His work is situated at the intersection of display technologies, mixed reality and computer vision, in trying to explore the design of new physical artefacts and ecologies that can imbibe fluid properties of the virtual.

Marc is an interaction designer and visiting student at the Fluid Interfaces group. He holds a Master in Virtual Reality from l’ENSAM in Laval (France) and has worked as creative technologist in various design agencies.
Dreamer, he found in interaction design and virtual reality a way to bring science-fiction to reality. He builds artefacts and interfaces alfway between digital design and creative research,who enhance the experience of everyday life that we experience with the machines.

Marc Exposito is a Visiting Student from La Salle - Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona, Spain). He holds a B.S. in Multimedia Engineering and has worked as a Research Assistant at Seamless Interaction Group (La Salle URL).
He has been exploring the interaction between people, computer and information, with different types of interfaces and designing interactive prototypes focused on adapting the technology and the information to the user.



Eythor is a machine vision researcher and visiting PhD student at the Fluid Interfaces Group. He holds a Bachelors degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Iceland and a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He is currently a PhD student at the Dept. of Applied Mathematics and Computers Science at DTU, where he is developing vision systems for quality and process control in additive manufacturing processes under the supervision of Dr. Henrik Aanæs and Dr. David Bue Pedersen.

Takuya Nojima is an associate professor of the University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan. A board member of Superhuman Sports Society. He received his BE and ME in mathematical engineering and information physics, and Dr.Eng. in advanced interdisciplinary studies from the University of Tokyo in 1998, 2000, and 2003, respectively. His research interests includes haptic (particularly proprioception and physical activity) technology, and superhuman sports.

URL: www.nojilab.org

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