GrUVi co-authors three SIG papers

The three papers are: Learning How Objects Function via Co-Analysis of Interactions, Connected Fermat Spirals for Layered Fabrication, and Legible Compact Calligrams. The latter paper was led by Changqing Zou, a postdoc co-supervised by Ping and Richard, who just had his first paper accepted to SIGGRAPH. This work was a collaboration between SFU and UBC. Other collaborators on these papers include those from Carleton University, Shenzhen University, Purdue University, Shandong University, Tel-Aviv University, the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC, Israel), Toyota Technical Institute (TTI, USA), Dalian University of Technology, and University of Southern California.

March 19, 2016