Ph.D. Candidate; CSE
Graduate Research Associate; ACCAD
Benjamin Schroeder is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). As a Graduate Research Associate at ACCAD, he is investigating projection and 3D scanning techniques for use in the Camouflage Project. Benjamin's interests span several different time-based media including sound, animation, and physical interaction. His dissertation research concerns a new programming model for physically based sound. He has presented his work at SIGGRAPH, SMC, and the ICMC Unconference, and recently participated in the creation of an invited interactive installation for ISEA 2010 RUHR.