ScienceVR is an indie VR studio in its early days. We are passionate about visualizing human knowledge and abstract ideas by turning them into immersive and delightful experiences. Since the pandemic, we have been working on bringing Virtual Reality into remote learning environments via Zoom.
Jackie Lee, Ph.D. is a cross-disciplinary inventor in VR/AR, learning, and Affective Computing. He worked on Intel's RealSense 3D cameras and Project Alloy (the first all-in-one VR headset). He did biosensing and behavioral research at the Affective Computing Group at MIT Media Lab. He did his master thesis focusing on Spatial User Interface and Augmented Reality.
Jackie is the recipient of the Virtual World Society's Nextant Rising Star Prize at AWE 2020.
Yen-Ling Kuo is an expert in AI and Intelligent Systems. She is currently an AI researcher at MIT CSAIL. Before that, she worked as a Software Engineer at Google, where she handled large scale datasets and created automated data processing pipelines.
Jackie and Yen-Ling have been working together at workshops and hackathons for more than 12 years.