Interactive Systems Research Group (ISRG) @ York University
The Interactive Systems Research Group (ISRG) concentrates on research in
Human-Computer Interaction and Multimodal Communication. The following
faculty members are part of the ISRG:
The following graduate students are currently part of the ISRG:
Andriy Pavlovych (postdoc)
The Interactive Systems Resarch Group is located in the Interactive
Systems Research Laboratory (ISRLab) in the Lassonde Building LAS20011,
the former Computer Science & Engineering Building.
The inhabitants of the lab can be reached via (416)736-2100 ext. 20161.
Information about research activities within the ISRG is available
via the WWW pages of its members, see the links above.
Hardware available in the lab includes:
Furthermore, and mainly depending on the research topic, students may have
access to various other labs. E.g. faculty members can arrange for access to
several other Virtual Reality labs, such as a 6-sided CAVE or motion platform.
- A new kind of 4/5-sided CAVE system
- Leap Motion, 3Gear, and other input hardware
- Occulus Rift
- A haptics workstation with stereo display
- Various optical tracking systems
- A high-end touch screen.
- HDR Systems - high-dynamic range display and projection systems.
- Hedgehog - a new, very accurate 6DOF tracking system.
- Many multi-display computers.
- Various stereo displays, including a large screen.
- Graphical tablets, Tablet PC's, PDA's, etc.
- Various text input devices (including cell-phones).
- Video and audio recording equipment.
- MULTI - a novel setup for collaborative design, consisting of 3 interactive walls and an large interactive table together with multiple laser stylii.
The work in the lab has been sponsored by many different companies, including AMD and Autodesk.