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Adam Drogemuller

PhD Candidate

Email Address:
Adam.Drogemuller@mymail.unisa.edu.au

About:
I studied Software Engineering (Honours) at the University of South Australia at Mawson Lakes for four years before starting a PhD at the Wearable Computer Lab at UniSA. The focus of my PhD is Data Physicalization, a research field which involves bringing data into the real world through 3D printing and prototyping. Previous research has explored investigating creating physicalizations of bar charts and matrices, but my interest is primarily in physicalizing networks and being able to interact with them using Augmented Reality (AR) for data analysis and exploration. My research is partially funded by D2D (Data to Decisions) CRC, and I additionally work with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trading (DFAT) as an industry advisor. My previous research includes investigating exploring large networks using Virtual Reality and using EEGs to measure brain activity while someone is completing search tasks in Virtual Reality.


Adam Drogemuller

Publications:

2018

 
Levity: A Virtual Reality System that Responds to Cognitive Load

Lynda Gerry, Barrett Ens, Adam Drogemuller, Bruce H. Thomas, Mark Billinghurst, "Levity: A Virtual Reality System that Responds to Cognitive Load", in Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2018.
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Evaluating Navigation Techniques for 3D Graph Visualizations in Virtual Reality

Adam Drogemuller, Andrew Cunningham, James Walsh, Maxime Cordeil, William Ross, Bruce H. Thomas, "Evaluating Navigation Techniques for 3D Graph Visualizations in Virtual Reality", in Big Data Visual Analytics, Konstanz 2018.

2017

VRige: Exploring Social Network Interactions in Immersive Virtual Environments

Adam Drogemuller, Andrew Cunningham, James A. Walsh, William Ross, Bruce H. Thomas, "VRige: Exploring Social Network Interactions in Immersive Virtual Environments", in Big Data Visual Analytics, Adelaide, Australia 2017.
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