Ph.D. Student, Computer Science and Engineering, UCSD
David Vanoni was interning at Qualcomm as an undergraduate at UC San Diego when he first collaborated with Professor Falko Kuester. After he realized the connection between the work he was doing in the Computer Science and Engineering department and the applications of the software being developed at CISA3, Vanoni decided to continue working with Prof. Kuester after he graduated. In his first year as a graduate student, he is focusing on the design of interactive applications for multi-touch surfaces used to visualize, analyze and annotate different types of data. In the future, David hopes to be able to work with the LIDAR data and create a multi-touch interface that will allow a viewer to work intuitively with data for research and restoration.
Mar 1, 2013 - "The 2012 Petra Cyber-Archaeology Cultural Conservation Expedition: Temple of the Winged Lions and environs, Jordan," T. Levy, C. Tuttle, M. Vincent, M. Howland, A. Richter, V. Petrovic, D. Vanoni, Antiquity
Feb 12, 2013 - "The 2012 Petra Cyber-Archaeology Cultural Conservation Expedition: Temple of the Winged Lions and Environs, Jordan,"Thomas E. Levy, Christopher A. Tuttle, Matthew L. Vincent, Matthew Howland, Ashley M. Richter, Vid Petrovic and David Vanoni, Antiquity, Volume 087, Issue 335
Dec 12, 2012 - "ARtifact: Tablet-based Augmented Reality for Interactive Analysis of Cultural Artifacts,"David Vanoni, Maurizio Seracini and Falko Kuester, 2012 IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia