Category Archives: Undergraduate research

5 Undergraduate Independent Study Projects On Mobile Augmented Reality Completed in Fall 2019

5 independent undergraduate research projects have been completed in the I^3T lab this semester. In these projects students investigated different elements of mobile augmented reality (AR), including edge-based integration of AR with low-end IoT devices, user perception of different types … Continue reading

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Two Demos Showcased at ACM SenSys’19

Two demos developed in the lab were presented at ACM SenSys’19 in New York City, NY, in November 2019. A demo led by Joseph DeChicchis, titled Adaptive AR Visual Output Security Using Reinforcement Learning Trained Policies, demonstrates how reinforcement learning-based … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Students Presenting Their Work on Next-generation Augmented Reality at Duke University Undergraduate Research Showcases

Three undergraduate students have presented the results of their independent studies in CS and ECE poster sessions and demonstrations here at Duke University. Michael Glushakov presented a poster and a demo of his work on edge computing-supported augmented reality with … Continue reading

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