David Zielinski
Analyst, IT

David J. Zielinski is a virtual and augmented reality software developer at Duke University (2004-present). Currently a technology specialist for the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies (2018-present). Previously a member of the DiVE Virtual Reality Lab (2004-2018), under the direction of Regis Kopper (2013-2018) and Rachael Brady (2004-2012). He received his bachelors (2002) and masters (2004) degrees in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he worked on a suite of virtual reality musical instruments under the guidance of Bill Sherman. He is also experienced in the hardware configuration and systems integration issues of setting up and maintaining virtual reality systems. 

Current Research Interests

VR research interests include: novel interaction techniques, tracking systems, and domain specific applications of VR. Additional interests in low-latency real time audio synthesis and 1-bit audio synthesis via microcontrollers (e.g. Arduino).

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