Dr. Andrew Hogue
is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Business and Information Technology in UOIT's Game Development and Entrepreneurship programme.
Dr. Brian Cullen recently completed a postdoctoral position at the University of Waterloo creating educational animations for the gambling research team at the department of Psychology. He currently holds a postdoctoral position at University of Ontario Institute of Technology examining spatial audio and stereoscopic 3D in videogames.
Martin Lord is Business Development Manager at the Ontario Centres of Excellence. Martin acquired a broad experience in the business of technology at different levels within the industry: R&D, new product introduction, product management and marketing, bids and proposals, business analysis, contract negotiations, and more.
Alan Price is the President of The S-3D Gaming Alliance, the official voice and standards body of stereoscopic 3D gaming. He also the CTO at Grantoo, and was formerly the CTO of Electronic Arts Canada for five years.
With a strong financial background, Murphy Pettypiece is a connected individual who serves as Controller at Digital Extremes.
began his 3D career by founding Meant to be Seen, a leading consumer site focused on stereoscopic 3D gaming and entertainment. Based on this success, he later initiated the founding of The S-3D Gaming Alliance, the official voice and standards body for stereoscopic 3D gaming. Its mission is to ensure stereoscopic 3D gaming's long term adoption and quality success at an industry-wide level. Sample members include Electronic Arts, Panasonic, Blitz Games Studios, Big Blue Bubble, Dynamic Digital Depth, and more.
is the President of Digital Extremes. Mr. Schmaltz is responsible for various business development activities including working with government and other game industry leaders to develop programs to help promote the video game industry and helping the company manage its growth and internal transformation to a "next-gen" company. Prior to joining Digital Extremes, Michael worked as an engineering consultant for a firm he helped to establish in 1999.
Dr. Robert Allison
is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at York University. His research involves human perceptual responses in virtual environments and the basic study of stereoscopic vision. He is also interested in the measurement and analysis of eye movements and the applications of this technology. Dr. Allison is also appointed to the graduate program in psychology.
Dr. Wolfgang Stuerzlinger was appointed to York University's Department of Computer Science in 1998 as a full professor and member of the interdisciplinary Centre for Vision Research (CVR).
At York University, Dr. Stuerzlinger is leading the Interactive Systems Research Group, and is a top researcher in three-dimensional user interfaces and virtual reality. He is also very active in human-computer interaction.
With over 20 years spent in the games industry
, and credited for over 40 games across ten different platforms, Damir Slogar is one of the most experienced industry professionals in Canada. Born in Croatia, he started his career in the mid 80's as a programmer creating proprietary games for the MSX and Commodore Amiga.
Dr. Mike Katchabaw
is Associate Professor of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Western Ontario. His professional video game interests include artificial intelligence, relationship and reputation modelling, content analysis, algorithmic music composition, story telling, and much more. He has also worked for Big Blue Bubble as a Lead Programmer.
Dr. Karen Collins
is Associate Professor of Drama and Speech Communication at the Canadian Centre of Arts and Technology. She has been a regular guest speaker at several Ontario universities, and has taught courses at University of Liverpool, University of Windsor, Brock University, University of Western Ontario, Carleton University and the University of Waterloo.
Professor Michael Page serves OCADU as Assistant Professor in numerous professional development courses in video, animation and holography. He has been involved in research in the field of 3D visualization for 30 years and has exhibited his artworks, and presented invited papers at numerous conferences on art and technology around the world.
Dr Page has also received grants for his work from the Canada Council, The National Research Council, the Ontario Arts Council and the Ontario Centres for Excellence. In addition to iGO3D, he is currently part of a team of faculty and graduates from OCAD and the University of Toronto researching in the field of digital holography.
Dr. Mark Green
works in the Faculty of Science at UOIT and served as Acting Associate Dean of the same department from 2007 through 2008. He has a BSc in Applied Statistics and Computation from McMaster University, as well as a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.
As Associate Provost Research, Dr. Michael Owen
is responsible for promoting UOIT's research culture by effectively communicating its strengths, goals and capabilities to internal and external stakeholders. He leads UOIT's strategic research planning efforts and works with the campus community to continue to build the university's research capacity.