Mohammad Keshavarzi was invited to present his work on Optimization and Manipulation of Contextual Mutual Spaces for Multi-user Virtual and Augmented Reality Interaction at IEEE VR 2020. The IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (IEEE VR) took place from March 22 – 26 and is the premier international event for the presentation of research results in the broad area of virtual reality (VR).
Mohammad Keshavarzi is a Ph.D. Candidate at UC Berkeley. With a joint appointment at the XRLab and FHL Vive Center, his research focuses on how generative workflows can address spatial limitations in current Spatial Computing interfaces. Prior to moving to Berkeley, Mohammad founded the design-tech based startup, ArgonTech Co., leading various AR/VR applications to merge the design gap between our virtual and real world.