Welcome to the Interactive Computing Experiences Research Cluster at the University of Central Florida. Our mission is to develop innovative techniques, tools, and applications that improve the overall experience between humans and machines. The vision of this cluster is to be a world class research leader in the innovative development and evaluation of interactive technology experiences that benefit humanity.

Research Cluster Goals:
  • explore and develop core technologies to improve beneficial interactive technology user experiences and study their effectiveness
  • foster multidisciplinary research in beneficial interactive user experiences
  • disseminate research findings in top conferences and journals
  • foster collaboration with industry
  • support entrepreneurship activities based on ISUE activities
  • provide a continual stream of skilled graduates to partake in high‐tech interactive technology jobs.

More specifically, we are interested in the creation and evaluation of advanced interfaces that support education, entertainment, and general work productivity.

We are always looking for undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D. students to come work in our lab. If you're interested in the things you see on this site, contact Dr. LaViola.

Latest News

  • July 9, 2019
    Congratulations to Kevin Pfeil, Dr. Wisniewski, and Dr. LaViola for having their paper, "An Analysis of User Perception Regarding Body-Worn 360◦ Camera Placements and Heights for Telepresence", accepted to the 2019 ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP 2019).
  • June 16, 2019
    Congratulations to Andres Vargas, Seng Lee Koh, Kate Kapalo, Pat Garrity, Robert Sottilare, Mark Billinghurst, and Dr. LaViola for having their paper, "A Comparison of Desktop and Augmented Reality Scenario Based Training Authoring Tools", accepted to ISMAR 2019.
  • April 19, 2019
    Congratulations to Mehran Maghoumi, Eugene Taranta, Alaleh Razmjoo and Dr. LaViola for winning first place in the Eurographics SHREC 2019 challenge on online detection of simple gestures from hand trajectories.
  • March 5, 2019
    Congratulations to Eugene Taranta, Seng Lee Koh, Kevin Pfeil, Corey Pittman and Dr. LaViola for having their paper, "Pitch Pipe: An Automatic Low-pass Filter Calibration Technique for Pointing Tasks" accepted to Graphics Interface 2019.
  • February 26, 2019
    Congratulations to Kate Kapalo, Pamela Wisniewski and Dr. LaViola for having their paper, "First in, Left Out: Technological Limitations from the Perspective of Fire Engine Companies" accepted to ISCRAM 2019.
  • December 12, 2018
    Congratulations to Karla Badillo-Urquiola, Xinru Page, and Dr. Wisniewski for having their paper, "Risk vs. Restriction: The Tension between Providing a Sense of Normalcy and Keeping Foster Teens Safe Online", accepted to ACM CHI 2019.
  • August 6, 2018
    Congratulations to Dr. LaViola for being named the Charles N. Millican Professor of Computer Science.
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