Qi Sun

qisun0 {[AT]} gmail.com

Rm 132, New Computer Science Building

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY, 11794

I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at Center of Visual Computing, Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University. My dissertation is Computational Methods for Immersive Perception. I am advised by Distinguished Professor Arie E. Kaufman while collaborating closely with Dr. Li-Yi Wei. Before this, I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics from Shandong University, China.

My research interests lie in computer graphics, virtual/augmented reality and scientific visualization, particularly bridging fundamental algorithms and human perception factors.

You can find my CV here.

Work Experience

Selected Publications

Towards Virtual Reality Infinite Walking: Dynamic Saccadic Redirection
Qi Sun, Anjul Patney, Li-Yi Wei, Omer Shapira, Jingwan Lu, Paul Asente, Suwen Zhu, Morgan McGuire, David Luebke, and Arie Kaufman
SIGGRAPH 2018 (To Appear)

Perceptually-Guided Foveation for Light Field Displays
Qi Sun, Fu-Chung Huang, Joohwan Kim, Li-Yi Wei, David Luebke, and Arie Kaufman
SIGGRAPH Asia 2017
Paper Video Supplementary NVIDIA Page

Perceptual Studies for Foveated Light Field Displays
Joohwan Kim, Qi Sun, Fu-Chung Huang, Li-Yi Wei, David Luebke, and Arie Kaufman

Mapping Virtual and Physical Reality
Qi Sun, Li-Yi Wei, and Arie Kaufman
Paper Video Cardboard clips BibTex