Research interests include the Psychology of Vision applied to film and media and how this informs our knowledge of Brain processes and Movie Making. Current research includes the study of Cognitive Load, Eye movements and Presence when watching Movies. Aspects of film that have been studied to date include the effects of different film semantics such cutting rate, use of colour or black-and-white and the use of 3D stereoscopic cinema.
Film and vision psychologist with a polymath background in physics and computer science. Academic qualifications include: a BSc. in psychology from the University of Bristol, an MA in Buddhist Studies from the University of Bristol, and a BSc in Physics from University of Sheffield. Industry experience in USA, France and UK in high performance Cloud computing sytems for media processing as a researcher at Hewlett-Packard Research Labs, and Operating System design at IBM. Highlights include: architect for IBM’s first Multiprocessor Unix Operating System: AIX 4.1MP, and Project Manager for a high perfomance Cloud rendering system used by DreamWorks ...
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