Avatar Interfaces, Avatar Presence, Location-based Services, Multimodal Interaction, Visual Design, User Immersion
Mark Dunne is a Ph.D researcher working within the DMC (Digital Media Centre) and AIRC (Applied Intelligence Research Centre). He was awarded a first class honours degree in Computer Science from DIT’s school of Computing in 2008.
Also achieving the accolade of best student project in 4th year with his game ‘Free Radicals’ (bit.ly/FreeRadicals). Now his research in the DMC is concentrated on the development of an avatar interfaces (bit.ly/AvatarModule) for the LOK8 project.
Dunne, Mark, Brian Mac Namee, and John Kelleher. 2010. Scalable Multi-modal Avatar Interface for Multi-user Environments. In CASA 2010 International Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents, 1-4.
Mac Namee, Brian, and Mark Dunne. 2009. Widening the Evaluation Net. In IVA’09 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, 525-526. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Springer Verlag.
Dunne, Mark, Brian Mac Namee, and John Kelleher. 2009. Intelligent virtual agent: creating a multi-modal 3D avatar interface. In 9th IT & T Conference, 24.