The central research scheme of the UH CGIM group is in the following broad areas: computer graphics, computer animation, virtual human modeling and animation, human computer interaction, and visual computing for biomedical informatics.
Current funded research projects:
- Digitally Mediated Multi-party Communication: Acquisition, Modeling, and Evaluation (NSF)
- Feasibility Study of Avatar Customization and Relatedness on Physical Activity (NIH)
- Characterization of Psychological Risk, Overlap with Physical Health, and Associated Performance in Isolated, Confined, Extreme Environments (NASA)
- Scalable Interactive Visual Computing Infrastructure for Modeling, Training and Planning (DOD)
For more information of current research projects/papers, you can visit this page.
We would like to acknowledge various generous research supports from: