Active Members:

Parth Bhawalkar

Dongyi Chen

Enylton Machado Coelho

Steven Dow

Maribeth Gandy

Markus Haas

Jaemin Lee

Blair MacIntyre

Marleigh Norton

Cindy Robertson

Szymon Swistun

Stephen Voida

personpic missing   Enylton Machado Coelho

BS in Computer Science, UFRJ, 1997
MS in Computer Science, PUC-Rio, 1999

E-Mail: machado "at"

Phone: 404 385 6036

85 5th street NW
Atlanta, GA 30332

Enylton is a Ph.D. Student in Computer Science. His current research is on how to facilitate AR applications that interact with multiple, different tracking sources. His research agenda is to formulate algorithms that provide tracker abstraction and real-time data fusion, to create data structures to handle the scene description, and to generate better representations for graphical augmentations.

His interests include Augmented Environments, Virtual Environments, Computer Graphics and 3D Interfaces. He is also interested in how research evolves into innovation and how innovation becomes an end product.

Some Recent Papers

Enylton Machado Coelho. "Spatially Adaptive Augmented Reality" PhD Thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005 [details]

Enylton Machado Coelho, Blair MacIntyre and Simon J. Julier. "Supporting Interaction in Augmented Reality in the Presence of Uncertain Spatial Knowledge" In the Eighteenth Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2005), October 23-26, 2005, Seattle, Washington. [details]

Enylton Machado Coelho, Blair MacIntyre "Augmenting Real Environments" In The Third Young Inverstigator's Forum in Virtual Reality (YVR 2005), February 24-25, 2005, Pohang, Korea. [details]

Enylton Machado Coelho, Blair MacIntyre, and Simon Julier (2004) "OSGAR: A Scene Graph with Uncertain Transformations" To appear in International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR04), November 2-5, 2004, Washington, D.C., USA. [details]

Enylton Machado Coelho and Blair MacIntyre. "High-Level Tracker Abstractions for Augmented Reality System Design” In the International Workshop on Software Technology for AR Systems 2003 (STARS 2003), October 7, 2003, Tokyo, Japan. [details]

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