Joe Geigel, D.Sc.
- Department of Computer Science
- Frameless Labs at RIT
- CS Graphics and Applied Perception Lab
- GOLISANO Hall - Room 3527
- Joe.Geigel AT rit.edu
- (585) 475-2051
Joe Geigel is a Professor of Computer Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology and co-director of the CS Graphics and Applied Perception Lab at RIT.
He received his doctorate in Computer Science in 2000 from the George Washington University in Washington D.C. Previous to his academic career, Joe held a variety of research and development positions in industry at companies including Eastman Kodak, Bell Laboratories, Bellcore, and RCA Solid State. Just prior to joining the faculty at RIT, Joe was a Senior Web technologist at theatre.com / BroadwayOnLine.com where he applied 3D Web technologies to theatrical applications.
For the past decade, his main research efforts have focused on interdisciplinary multimedia projects that that combine computer science, real-time graphics, mobile devices, art, music, and theatre to create interactive live experiences, collaborating with artists, designers, musician and photographers from both within RIT and externally.
He uses these projects as a springboard for interdisciplinary education promoting collaboration and teamwork between artists and technologists. In addition to his work on these experiences, Joe has published in the areas of tone reproduction, virtual reality, facial motion capture, sound synthesis, multimedia systems, applied perception, and curricular design for graphics education.
He currently teaches graduate and undergraduate classes focusing on Computer Graphics, Global Illumination, Animation, Virtual Reality, and Interactive Musical Experiences.
Joe is an active and long time member of ACM/SIGGRAPH and a SIGGRAPH Pioneer. He is also an avid fan of Broadway musicals and pop music culture.
Allied Faculty - RIT, Program of Color Science
Faculty Affliate - RIT MAGIC Center
Extended Faculty - Golisano College Ph.D Program
Courses (Fall 2022)
CSCI 610 - Fundamentals of Computer Graphics
CSCI 715 - Applications in VR
Office Hours (Fall 2022)
- Interesting in a Graphics Related Grad Project? If you have a graphics related idea of your own you wish to pursue, come see me and we can talk further.
- For more info on graphics within the CS department, please visit the CS Graphics Web page at http://www.cs.rit.edu/~graphics.
- Computer Graphics
- Computation Tools for Artistic Expression
- Virtual and Augmented Reality
- Facial Expression Analysis
- Motion Capture and Animation
- Interdisciplanary Education
- Affective Computing
- Tone Reproduction
Augmented Reality Theatre
Emotional Empathy and Facial Mimicry of Avatar Faces
Virtual Theatre: Farewell to Dawn
Spatial Sound for Storytelling in VR
User Intent in Immersive Smart Spaces
Mobile Facial Recognition
Tone Reproduction for VR
Online vs. Face-to-Face Teaching
Studying Online Learning
MoCap for Orthopedic Diagnosis
01X: Spatial Interface for Musical Performance
Automated Blend Shape Creation
Multimodal Sensing for Cognitive Load
Art, Music, Technology
The Nostalgia Project
Emotional Avatar Faces
Face as an Interface
VR Gaze and Gesture
Art with the Face and Eyes
Virtual Theatre: Motion Capture
Virtual Theatre: Collaborative Coursework
Teaching in Virtual Worlds
Graphics Knowledge Base
Virtual Theatre: What's the Buzz
Album Page Layout
Photographic Tone Reproduction
Rochester Institute of Technology
Department of Computer Science
102 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
- Phone:(585) 475-2051
- Fax: (585) 475-7100
- Web: www.cs.rit.edu/~jmg
- Email: jmg AT cs.rit.edu