Welcome to the Glennerster lab
We study human vision, particularly 3D vision. Our main interest is in how the visual system could represent the shape of surfaces and the layout of a scene when the observer is free to move. See 2 minute youtube video or 4.5hrs of lectures or a recent keynote talk and UCB seminar
Summer UROP placement in the lab, open to University of Reading students in the middle years of your study.
Alex and Andrew's paper on neural network approaches to navigation is out on arXiv.
Job adverts for two PDRA positions (24 months and 12 months) are now out on jobs.ac.uk. Details here.
- Luise's navigation paper accepted in Journal of Vision, preprint here.
- Excellent Rank meeting on 3D vision, Grasmere (Andrew Welchman and John Mollon). Slides.
- Review paper published on 'A moving observer in a 3D world'
- Luise arrives as post-doc on EPSRC project
- Kickoff meeting of the MURI new grant in UCLA conference centre in Lake Arrowhead
- Peter’s review of high-fidelity VR
and briefly becomes most viewed paper in JoV
- We have just been awarded a $1.25M grant through the US Department of Defense MURI scheme. This is for 5 years and will allow us to employ a PDRA and help fund a PhD studentship. More details will follow.
- Would you like to work in our lab? We are looking for a 12-month post-doctoral researcher starting in August 2015. Click here for more information.
- Download Andrew's VSS2015 poster here and Mark's poster here.
- Andrew, Peter and Mark are travelling to VSS 2015. Visit Andrew’s poster on Tuesday, 19 May 2015, 8:30am - 12:30pm and Mark’s poster on Monday, 18 May 2015, 8:30am - 12:30pm at Pavilion, Tradewinds Island Resorts. Peter will be giving a talk on Tuesday, 19 May 2015, 3:00pm in Talk Room 1.
Peter got a lectureship in Psychology at University of Reading. Peter will be starting the new position on 1 August 2015.
Jenny submits her PhD dissertation. Congratulations, well done!
Peter will be a panelist at a virtual reality masterclass run by the British Interactive Media Association to be held at 'Second Home' in Shoreditch, London, on February 25th. The event starts at 6:30pm and tickets can be purchased here.
Rosetta Comet in Virtual Reality: You can now view a 3D visualisation of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko here. We have rendered a 3D model of the comet produced by the Rosetta mission/European Space Agency in immersive virtual reality.
Andrew publishes a book review Understanding Vision.
Andrew, Peter, Mark and Jenny attend the London Virtual Reality Seminar at UCL.
PhD student Mark Adams joins our team to investigate Vision and Touch. Welcome, Mark!
Peter is filmed for a CBBC program called "Technobabble". The focus of the program was the use of virtual reality, the aim being to encourage more children to get interested in science and technology. This is a current aim of the UK government. For information about the program, including video, click here.
Peter and Andrew publish a paper about calibration of visual cues. Further discussion of the results can be found here.
Andrew and Jenny travel to Florida to present exciting research results at VSS 2014. Click here for Andrew's poster, and here for Jenny's poster.
The Glennerster Lab has been awarded an EPSRC-funded DTG Studentship. A new PhD student will join our lab in October 2014 to work in collaboration with Dr. Nick Holmes and Prof. William Harwin.
Click here to investigate first hand one of the experiments 'A Game of Boxes' currently being conducted in the lab by Jenny. Learn about the experiment, visualise the data and contribute to the analysis.