Dr. Chastine has both academic and industry experience in mobile and interactive system development. He served as Chief Software Architect at a Manhattan-based mobile media development company developing augmented reality systems. He has also designed and implemented numerous mixed-reality systems for a variety of platforms and clients, including the British pop phenomenon, Duran Duran, and is currently developing augmented reality games for mobile platforms. Academically, he is an active researcher with several ACM and IEEE publications in virtual and augmented reality and has recently published a book chapter in the Handbook for Augmented Reality (Springer). As a graduate student in the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability (GVU) Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology, he contributed to early research in the nascent field of self-harmonizing karaoke software. He currently serves as an Associate Professor in Computer Game Design and Development, teaching courses such as Computer Graphics (OpenGL), 3D Modeling and Animation, and Production Pipeline & Asset Management. He has served in a variety of capacities academically including Interim Department Head, Associate Dean of the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences as well as the Graduate Program Director of the Masters of Archival Studies at Clayton State University
Richard Cole is a professor and dean of the School of Architecture and Construction Management at Southern Polytechnic State University, Marietta, GA. He has been an educator for thirty years and has maintained an architectural practice for thirty-five years. His interest in cross-disciplanary design has led him to the investigation of computer game design as a new paradigm for articulating architectural design and presentation.
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