University of Houston Computer Graphics and Interactive Media Lab
The Computer Graphics and Interactive Media Lab (CGIM) at the University of Houston was founded in January 2007. Its focused research areas cover computer graphics, computer animation, virtual human modeling and animation, human-centered computing, and graphics computing for surgery and biomedical informatics. It is equipped with a state-of-the-art motion capture system, VR/AR systems, eye tracking devices, and other cutting-edge imaging, computing, and data acquisition devices. In collaboration with researchers in many other fields (surgery, radiology, behavior medicine, psychology, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and biomedical engineering, just name a few), we have conducted a range of interdisciplinary research projects.