I've been working on the Microsoft HoloLens since January 2014, and before that I worked on Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. I work on the Spatial Mapping team within the Analog Platform Research and Development organization.
Prior to my employment at Microsoft, I attended Ohio State University, where I graduated magna cum laude with Honors in Engineering and an Honors Minor in Math from the Computer Science & Engineering Department. I worked in Dr. James Davis's Computer Vision Lab as an undergraduate research assistant, interned at the Ohio Supercomputer Center, Chemical Abstracts Service, and Microsoft, and started work at Microsoft full-time in 2012.
Some side projects of mine include a home-based virtual assistant system with Phillips Hue integration and voice control, a lamp that displays the outside temperature by color, wirelessly-controlled LED lighting in my desk, and a couple of ESP8266 microcontrollers that I'm fiddling with while figuring out the next project.
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Implemented improvements to the modern app platform confidence model (AppContainer), designed and developed anti-tampering protection for Windows 8.1 applications, contributed to the web application platform for Windows 8 Store apps written in HTML5/JS. Additional confidential feature work.
Responsible for creation of all AppModel trust components for the Apps on SD feature.
One of a small team of developers responsible for realtime surface reconstruction technology for the HoloLens.
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