We research the many ways in which humans interact with our surrounding spaces and reality. Where am I? Where are my goals?
To do so we make wide use of virtual and augmented reality tools (VR & AR) combined with neuroimaging (fMRI, EEG, ECoG) and physiological recordings. We also use advanced machine learning approaches to computationally model and simulate spatial behavior.
We seek to improve human spatial interaction, including remote communication, medical training and rehabilitation of patients facing sensory, cognitive & motor spatial challenges.