Orson is passionate about pushing machines to better understand human, to provide smoother experience and to augment human cognitions and abilities. His interests lie in two main area in Human Computer Interaction (HCI): behavior-based interaction and physiopsychology-based interaction. He is now a visiting student at Fluid Interfaces.

As an undergraduate at Tsinghua, now he is also a research assistant in the Pervasive Computing Group, where he created LeapWrist, led both undergraduate and graduate students and won the outstanding prize in the highest level technology competition at Tsinghua (6 out of 400 groups). He was a research intern at CMU Articulab, where he contributed to the SARA that was demoed on World Economic Forum 2017.

M Sra, X Xu, P Maes. "GalVR: a novel collaboration interface using GVS." Proceedings of the 23rd ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, November 8-10, 2017.   [PDF]   [Link]