I'm PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at George Mason University working under the supervision of Professor Lap-Fai (Craig) Yu. Prior to venturing into the world of PhD life, I received an MEng. (Master's of Engineering) in Computer Science from Cornell University and an MS (Master's of Science) from the University of Massachusetts-Boston.
I'm interested in using data as a mean to create usable Computer Graphics/Vision applications for artists from all walks of life (video game designers, painters, comic book artist..etc). This involves blending the wonderful worlds of HCI, VR, Vision and Fabrication to produce functional data driven designs.
Research interests: Computational Design, Virtual Reality, Graphics, Vision, and HCI.
Rawan Alghofaili, Michael Solah, Haikun Huang, Yasuhito Sawahata, Marc Pomplun, Lap-Fai Yu
Optimizing Visual Element Placement via Visual Attention Analysis.
IEEE Virtual Reality (VR 2019)
Rawan Alghofaili, Yasuhito Sawahata, Haikun Huang, Hsueh-Cheng Wang, Takaaki Shiratori, Lap-Fai Yu
Lost in Style: Gaze-driven Adaptive Aid for VR Navigation.
Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2019)