I completed my PhD in 2003 on the VSee videoconferencing software. My advisors are Pat Hanrahan and Terry Winograd. I am currently the CTO of VSee Lab, a startup that won 2nd place at the Berkeley Business Plan Competition and tied for 2nd place at the Stanford Innovator's Challenge. Intel president, Paul Otellini, demonstrated VSee during his keynote address at the Intel Developer Forum. After demonstrating that VSee outperformed a high-end Polycom, it was used at the 2004 Darpa Grand Challenge.
Visualizing the Pulse of a Classroom
Proceedings of ACM Multimedia, 2003
Geographical Distributed Teamwork Mediated by Virtual Auditorium
Renate Fruchter, Milton Chen, and Chika Ando
Proceedings of SID Social Intelligence Design Workshop, 2003
A Low-Latency Lip-Synchronized Videoconferencing System
Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems, 2003
Achieving Effective Floor Control with a Low-Bandwidth Gesture-Sensitive
Proceedings of ACM Multimedia, 2002
Leveraging the Asymmetric Sensitivity of Eye Contact for
Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems, 2002
Simple Models of the Impact of Overlap in Bucket Rendering
Milton Chen, Gordon Stoll, Homan Igehy, Kekoa Proudfoot, and Pat Hanrahan,
Proceedings of the Eurographics/SIGGRAPH Workshop on Graphics Hardware, 1998.