Dr John Dudley
John Dudley is a Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre within the Intelligent Interactive Systems group. His research focuses on applying probabilistic methods to improve interfaces and interactions in virtual and augmented reality.
John Dudley’s academic interests include:
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Augmented and Virtual Reality
- Robotics and Automation.
- BEng, BA, University of Melbourne.
- MPhil, University of Queensland.
- PhD, Cantab (awaiting graduation).
John Dudley is a Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre within the Intelligent Interactive Systems group. His work focuses on the design of efficient and productive user interfaces for head-mounted augmented and virtual reality. John is particularly interested in the process of dynamically incorporating user preference and task performance indicators into the design and configuration of such interfaces through probabilistic methods.
Cricket, succulents and woodworking.
Publications, links and resources
John’s publications are available on his Google Scholar profile.