Manager of Information Technology for the Virtual Reality Applications Center at Iowa State University.
- Father of the two most wonderful children in the world.
- Design and construction of original C6 6-sided virtual reality facility (c. 1999). This was the fourth¹ 6-sided facility in the world, but the first in the US and the first to use all wireless controls and indistinguishable walls.
- Design and construction of a 250-seat 3D auditorium (c. 2000).
- Design and construction of the C4 4-sided CAVE(tm) facility. Predecessor to modern re-configurable CAVE systems.
- Design and construction of the 4-sided re-configurable Baby-CAVE.
- Design and remodel of the C6, creating the worlds highest resolution display of 4096×4096 pixels per wall.
- Design and remodel of 3D auditorium, creating a 4K 3D display.
¹ History of six-sided CAVE systems
- October 23, 1998. VR-CUBE at Center for Parallel Computers (PDC) at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden.
- November 11, 1998. COSMOS at Gifu Prefectural Science & Technology Promotion Center, in “Techno-Plaza” of VR Techno in Kakamigahara City, Gifu prefecture, Japan.
- August 1999. VR-Center Nord at Aalborg University in Aalborg, Denmark.
- June 19, 2000. C6 at Virtual Reality Applications Center (VRAC) at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, USA.