My main research interests are in developing, evaluating and understanding innovative forms of human-technology interaction and technology-mediated human-human interaction. Topics include mixed, augmented and virtual reality, and interaction with intelligent machines and software.
My research has the overarching goal of contributing to an applied science of interactive systems. This involves deriving design principles for the development of such systems that are theoretically well-founded, empirically tested and operationalised for people’s use. This research covers the spectrum of technological, cognitive and social challenges and opportunities that these systems offer.