XR Developer and HCI Researcher
My work and research primarily focuses on extended reality (XR) and graphics. I love immersive tech and I have been working in the field for since 2017. I am currently a Masters student at Georgia Tech studying Computer Science. My previous affiliations include Avontus Software, SRM IST, IIT Bombay, and the University of California Berkeley. Feel free to hit me up if you have any question or even it you just want to talk about tech!
My research interests include Extended Reality (XR), Accessibility Technology, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Haptics, Computer Graphics, and Parallel Computing. Lately, I have mainly been working on XR for accessibility projects as I believe XR tech has the potential to solve a lot of accessibility challenges. My work in the industry (Avontus Software) has also been related to XR and graphics too.
You can read more about my projects on the link below.
"Scene Creation Using EEG Brain Signals Recorded In Virtual Reality", Rajandeep Singh, Yugvir Pal Singh Parhar, Dr. Revathi Venkataraman, Dr. Raj Gururajan, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 2020.
“Augmented Reality for Visually Impaired People”, Rajandeep Singh, Dylan Fox, Anu Pandey, Rohan Kar, Alyssa Li, Manish Kondapolu Elliot Choi, India HCI, 2019.