Immersive Experience Research & Development
I create immersive experiences to teach, to train, to learn, to assist, to capture skills, to improve performance, and to change our minds. Over my career, I've developed for many virtual reality technologies, everything from CAVE systems to modern off-the-shelf VR headsets, and now looking toward the surprising innovations the near future holds.. 

My active research topics include VR therapies for neuropathic pain, the psychology of embodiment, VR-assisted physical therapy, AR display of real-time medical imaging, and kinesthetic/attention tracking feedback methods.
Immersive Experience Laboratories (IXL)
Innovation Depot, M141 
1500 1st Ave N
Birmingham, AL 35203