2021-05-19: Extended Reality for Everybody by Michael Nebeling

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Michael’s research focuses on democratizing virtual and augmented reality technologies, and on empowering more users to become active design participants. In his current work, he is focusing on how enabling more people to participate in design needs new methods and tools that better guide novice designers in addressing accessibility and equity as well as privacy and security directly through design. He will share current examples and is looking forward to a discussion around mechanisms that could promote “good” XR design behavior.

Michael Nebeling is an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, where he leads the Information Interaction Lab ( with a current focus on virtual, augmented, and mixed reality applications. He is active in CHI and UIST and is currently UIST 2021 Program co-chair. He received a Disney Research Faculty Award and a Mozilla Research Award. He started his role as the XR Faculty Innovator-in-Residence with the U-M wide XR Initiative in 2019. He created the XR MOOC series ( a three-course AR/VR specialization on Coursera. He joined U-M in 2016 after completing a postdoc in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and a PhD in the Department of Computer Science at ETH Zurich.

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