I am a Software Developer specializing in eye-tracking living in Atlanta. My friends describe me as an individual possessed by curiosity, I enjoy learning for the sake of learning. I can develop desktop applications, websites and info-graphics. I’m competent at digital UI sketching, prototyping and UX design documentation. In addition, I am proficient with Adobe CC software suite. The purpose of this website is to share my curiosity with the world and indulge it.
I have previously worked at Eyegaze.com (LC Technologies Inc.) for 7 years, learning first hand from the foremost experts of eye-tracking. I understand the techniques & algorithms relating to eye-gaze image processing and have eye driven application development experience. My area of specialization is cognitive instruments and multi-channel digital signal processing as it relates to underlying brain functionality.
I am intimately familiar with WAI, WCAG 2.0, Section 508, ARIA and government accessibility policies. I have also written policies and APIs for software developers to use so that their applications are accessible by eye-tracking devices. I have attended ATIA (Assistive Technology Industry Association) the world’s largest disability tech conference for 7 years. I am aware of many devices, applications, and programs to assist disabled individuals
I can develop low-level memory performant applications with C language and desktop applications in C++ or C#. I am able to design and implement websites and maintain them. I have previously used in production NodeJS, C# (ASP.net), GoLang, PHP, and HTML/CSS/JS. I am equally proficient in developing desktop and web applications. I can design high fidelity UX wireframes and user interface elements in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. I understand the UX process very well and I am comfortable conducting UX Agile Development in addition to the software development lifecycle.
Expert Vision is the area of research I am most interested in. I am highly motivated in understanding how experts view the world, can insight be gained from seeing through the eyes of an expert? Can behavioral patterns observed from an expert be used to train a novice? I’m unlocking answers about human cognition through extracting Expert Vision.
I am using Expert Vision in human learning by observing humans doing tasks with bio-monitoring and then unlocking insight about underlying cognition through statistical analysis. I am applying Expert vision in Education (Reading & Math), Competitive Gaming(E-Sports), Film & Art Study, Online Dating, Geography of Mind (cross-cultural) and Web Design & Usability.
I work on a diverse set of projects while indulging my curiosity. It’s important to me to share my progress and document the projects I am currently working on and those that I have finished. You can view my full project directory by clicking here. I am in the process of updating my project directory, I have to finish auditing the licensing restrictions of some older projects and make sure that I’ve properly documented them to the best of my ability.