Department of Psychology 62 Arch Street Kingston, ON K7L3N6 phone: +1 613 533 6017 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Troje directs the BioMotion Lab. He received his PhD in Biology from the Albert Ludwigs University in Freiburg, Germany, in 1994. Subsequently, he moved to the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen. From 1997 until 1999, […]
Sia is a Ph.D. student in neuroscience studies with a background in electrical and biomedical engineering. Sia joined biomotion lab in January 2017. Currently, He is working on several projects in the biomotion lab using VR,Unity, MATLAB, and motion capture systems. He will be working on performance assessment of surgeons using motion capture systems as […]
Saeed is a new PhD student working on computer vision for virtual and augmented reality, and co-supervised by Ali Etemad (Electrical engineering department). He was previously at Sharif University, Iran, and University of Wollongong, Australia.
David Lutes (since Sept 2016 – ): MSc student since Sept 2016. He is currently doing his course work while learning tools, such as Matlab, the Psychophysics Toolbox, and former students Giles Holland’s amazing PsychBench.
Christoph is a Ph.D. student in psychology studies at the University of Giessen in Germany. He has a background in biomechanics, motor control and motion analysis. Christoph visits the biomotion lab from January to April 2018. At the moment he works on perceptual differences between pictorial and egocentric space in Virtual Reality.
Rebecca is 4th year undergraduate biology student in our lab. She is looking at motion capture with large spiders and creating various simulations, to explore connections gravity may have to the “life detector” and possible phobias.
Noam McGregor is a 4th year computing student. For his undergraduate thesis project, he is working to develop a set of web applications that will modernize the essential Bio Motion Lab tools.
Dean Rosen (Sept. 2017- ) is an undergraduate student in the lab and works on his 4th year thesis project. His main project is to identify the perceptual differences between pictorial and visual spaces. The purpose of his study is to measure and compare the differential perception of depth compression in pictorial and visual space […]
Oliver Jacobs (Sept. 2017- ) is an undergraduate student in the lab and works on his 4th year thesis project. His main project is to identify the perceptual differences between pictorial and visual spaces. The purpose of my project is to directly compare the perceptual disparities between visual and pictorial space by using innovative methodologies involving […]
Joseph is a 4th year undergraduate in the School of Computing who is currently completing his undergraduate thesis. He is working with new technology for capturing human motion and developing software for integrating it into the lab’s research.
Ph.D. student in Psychology. Co-supervised by Drs. Lola L. Cuddy and Nikolaus F. Troje. If a radio plays in the forest and no one is around to hear, is it still music? I am interested in how our minds enable us to perceive music. How can you tell that the music in the background are […]