Our laboratory, residing in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at Mississippi State University, focuses on extended reality (XR) and human-centered computing research. By understanding and designing for the user, we aim to improve the spatial fidelity, realism, versatility, and comfort of XR technologies. Research of this kind is inherently interdisciplinary, requiring knowledge from computer science, psychology, neuroscience, optics, vision, and perception.
We are supportive of student projects that align with the research and creative directions of our lab. If you’re interested in doing your thesis, dissertation, or honors project with the lab, please contact Dr. Adam Jones.
Some of our projects include: