3 papers at CHI 2020

UPDATE: Two of our papers at CHI 2020 received Best Paper Awards. Wohoo!

We are happy to announce that we have three papers conditionally accepted at CHI 2020 featuring our work on MRAT, our toolkit for recording user interaction sessions with AR/VR applications created with Unity and producing analytics that can be inspected in a dashboard or visualized in mixed reality in-situ; XRDirector, a new collaborative immersive authoring system that adapts roles from filmmaking to coordinate multiple co-located designers, with some of them working in VR and others in AR; and an interview study on key barriers to entry for AR/VR content creators with different backgrounds and levels of expertise, to guide the design of future tools specifically for end-user programming of AR/VR experiences.