The Augmented Perception Lab at Carnegie Mellon University works at the intersection of human perception, computational interaction and Mixed Reality.
We focus on understanding how users perceive and interact with digital information, and building technology that goes beyond the flat displays of PCs and smartphones. Our goal is to advance users’ capabilities when interacting with the digital world. To achieve this, we create and study enabling technologies and computational approaches that control when, where and how virtual content is displayed to increase the usability of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality interfaces. We create novel approaches for application areas such as ubiquitous information displays, productivity and health. The Augmented Perception Lab is headed by David Lindlbauer.