I am a Honorary Research Fellow of the human-computer interaction research group at the University of St Andrews. There I consult on research projects in the the area of computer graphics, haptics and perceptual psychology.

My past research focused on interactive (eye-tracking) systems and visual perception. My Ph.D. thesis was on perceptual gaze-continent displays: systems that use real-time eye-tracking to augment an observer's perception, to help them perceive additional information, e.g., depth, or more information, e.g., higher dynamic range of colours.

I was also involved in other projects around visual perception and online gaming. For a full list of my publications (see the research section) of this website or my Google scholar profile.