Virtual Computer Monitor

San Jose, CA:

Invented, patented, and developed a virtual computer monitor to improve computer access for users with visual impairments. Wearing a tracked head-mounted display, the user could view an enlarged portion of an image such as a book page floating in space, and move around the page by rotating their head. Teamed with the Veterans Administration for patient trials that proved efficacy, and then licensed the technology. 

Winner of an Innovation Award at CSUN Virtual Reality & Persons With Disabilities conference in 1995, and the 1996 Health and Medicine SBIR Technology of the Year award. Today, you can experience equivalent technology in your phone, when playing a game like Pokemon Go. 

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