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Nick Holliman joined JVRB’s Scientific Committee

We are happy to welcome a new member of the Scientific Committee, Prof. Nick Holliman from the department of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of York, UK.

Nick Holliman is best known internationally for his work over the last twenty years investigating the fundamental challenges of interactive stereoscopic 3D imaging. This has included working with psychologists to understand how the human visual system processes binocular information, geometrically modeling binocular vision to capture empirical comfort limits, developing new computational algorithms for the control of binocular image quality and demonstrating how these algorithms work in practice in software tools and 3D visualizations. A full list of his publications is available here: http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=FlvdEbYAAAAJ&hl;=en&authuser;=1

Nick is currently the Head of Interactive Media overseeing related courses and modules in the department and is the founding Program Director of the BSc in Interactive Media #IMatYork. Previously Nick was at Durham University from 2001-2013, where he led the Innovative Computing group in the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences and was Deputy Director of the University Research Institute in Advanced Computing.