David J. Kasik was the exposition director for ACM97. He is a Technical Fellow at the Boeing Company in Seattle, where he is the architect for information systems software engineering, geometry and visualization, and user-interface technology. He designed, developed and published the formal architectural strategy and implementation for user-interface management systems in the early 1980s. His primary focus is in user-interface and 3D computer-graphics technology, an interest that began in the late 1960s with his work on both interactive satellite graphics systems and computer animation. He earned an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado in 1972 and a B.A. in Quantitative Studies from The Johns Hopkins Univeersity in 1970.
KeywordsVirtual Reality Augmented Reality Computer Animation Boeing Company Virtual Reality Theater
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