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Roland Arsenault at the rail of the NB Palmer in Antarctica.Roland Arsenault was an M.Sc. student and part-time research assistant with Human Computer Interaction Lab of the Dept. of Computer Sciences at the University of New Brunswick before coming to UNH.

His expertise is in 3-D graphics, force-feedback and other input techniques and networking. He is currently working on the development of the GeoZui4D real-time environment, software to support AUV and fisheries applications, and the GeoCam.

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Arsenault, R. and Ware, C. 2000. Eye-Hand Co-ordination with Force Feedback. ACM CHI'2000 Proceedings.

Arsenault, R. 2001. Real time 3D display of hydrographic data for QA and QC. Proceedings of the 2001 U.S. Hydrographic Conference.

Arsenault, R. and Ware, C. 2002. Frustum View Angle, Observer View Angle and VE Navigation. Proceedings of SVR 2002.

Arsenault, R., Smith, S., Ware, C., Mayer, L. and Plumlee, M. 2003. Fusing Information in a 3D Chart-of-the-Future Display. (2003) U.S. Hydro 2003, CD-ROM Proceedings.

Arsenault, R., Ware, C., Plumlee, M., Martin, S., Whitcomb, L., Wiley, D., Gross, T., Bilgili, A. 2004. A System for Visualizing Time varying Oceanographic 3D Data. Proceedings of Oceans 2004.


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