Mark McGill

Month: May 2020

Challenges in passenger use of Mixed Reality headsets (Springer VR)

This paper was the first one of our new ERC project Viajero summing up our thoughts on the future of passenger AR/VR/MR experiences, from the fundamental technical and physiological challenges, to the new opportunities afforded passengers in terms of productivity and entertainment. Related papers: M. McGill, J. Williamson, A. Ng, F. Pollick, and S. Brewster, […]

Acoustic Transparency and Auditory Mixed Reality (CHI’20)

This paper was published at ACM CHI’20, and explored the potential impact of acoustically transparent auditory headsets – effectively orientation tracked headphones that intermix real and virtual content – on consumer audio usage, and as a potential medium for auditory-only mixed reality augmentations, being a more affordable gateway to augmented reality. See the paper video, […]

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