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Michael Fortin


Michael Fortin is a Concordia masters student in Computer Science, supervised by Dr. Peter Grogono and Dr. Sha Xin Wei studying means of interactively simulating fluid flow on large rectangular grids with the purpose of creating interesting visual effects that are intuitive for the TML [see test videos]. Within TAG he is currently working on the Victorianator project with Jason Camlot, Heather Kelley, and Pierre-Alexandre Fournier. Interests include creating prototype software on iPod/iPad to study how people interact with the device, calligraphy, issues related to multi-core programming, and simulations of physical phenomena.


» Hacking Structured Light

» Ludic Voice: Victorianator

» Body Editing / Ozone Media Choreography System

» Ludic Voice: Ethereal

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