Dr. Jason Jerald

Dr. Jason Jerald

I have been creating virtual reality systems and applications for over 20 years. My work has been featured on ABC’s Shark Tank and the Discovery Channel, in the New York Times, and on the cover of the MIT Press Journal “Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments.” I currently serve in multiple technical and leadership roles, have built and led teams as large as ~300 individuals, and regularly speak at conferences and other programs. I hold numerous publications and patents in the areas of virtual/augmented reality, human-computer interaction, and computer graphics.

I am the author of “The VR Book: Human-Centered Design for Virtual Reality” published by ACM Books and Morgan & Claypool Publishers. The book was the #1 best seller at its debut at SIGGRAPH 2015 and continues to be the #1 selling book out of over 1000 books published by Morgan & Claypool Publishers.

Specialties: customized XR solutions, strategic advice & technical business planning; software development & hardware integration; human-computer interaction; perception, immersion, & presence; 3D computer graphics & real-time rendering; virtual humans; user studies; team leadership & mentoring; seminar speaking and training.

I have worked on over 70 VR projects with over 40 organizations including
– Oculus
– Valve
– Sixense
– Virtuix
– AT&T
– Geomedia
– Digital ArtForms
– NASA Ames Research Center
– Naval Research Laboratories
– HRL Laboratories
– Lockheed Martin
– Raytheon
– General Motors
– Argonne National Laboratories
– Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratories
– Westinghouse
– Kaiser
– University of Maryland Medical School
– Wichita State University
– University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
– Washington State University
– DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency)
– TATRC (Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center)
– NIH (National Institute of Health)
– NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology)

Human-centered design

Day 2 – Session 6 – October 29th


Human Centered Design with Physical Props


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