Michael J. Murdoch

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  • Rochester Institute of Technology


  • SIGGRAPH 2018

    Michael is an Assistant Professor in RIT’s Munsell Color Science Laboratory, where he teaches psychophysical methods, programming, and lighting perception topics. His current research includes measuring color appearance and visual adaptation in Augmented/ Mixed Reality (AR/MR) and studying the effects of temporally dynamic lighting on visual adaptation and perceived rate of change. He also has deep experience with display color perception and system design. His education includes BS in engineering from Cornell, MS in computer science from RIT, and PhD in humantechnology interaction from Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands. 

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