Dina El-Zanfaly is a computational design and interaction researcher and an Assistant Professor in the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research focuses on creating interactions, through a blend of computation and embodiment lenses, to empower both designers and non-designers to shape experiences of products, social environments, and interconnected technologies on their own.
Kris M. Kitani is an associate research professor of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. His research projects span the areas of computer vision, machine learning and human computer interaction. In particular, his research interests lie at the intersection of first-person vision, human activity modeling and inverse reinforcement learning.
Richa Mishra is a current student at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing Master of Science in Computer Vision (MSCV). Her research interests focus on 3D reconstruction, hand tracking, and graphics. Within the project, she is primarily responsible for literature search, dataset collection, and iOS application development.
Qiyu (James) Chen is a current student at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing Master of Science in Computer Vision (MSCV). His research interests focus on 3D reconstruction, image registration, and conditional image generation. He is an expert on origami as well. Within the project, he is primarily working on literature search, dataset collection, and step recognition.