Innovation Forums: Next-Generation Video & Display Technology



Moderator: Scott Daly
Dolby Labs
Mylene Farias
University Brazil
Tao Chen
Dolby

Marina Zannoli
Vision Scientist at Oculus
Talk Title: Perception-centered development of AR/VR displays

Biography:

Marina is a vision scientist in the Display Systems Research group at Facebook Reality Labs. Prior to joining Facebook, she spent a few years in Berkeley studying how the optics or our eyes determine how we recover the three-dimensional structure of our visual environment. Now, she applies her knowledge of the human visual system to optimize the design of mixed reality technology.



Moderator: Aldo Badano
Senior Biomedical Researcher at Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Talk Title: An update on the medical display landscape

Abstract:
I will describe recent topics in medical displays including the use of handheld and mixed-reality approaches for better integration of imaging into medical practice. I will also highlight emerging trends and challenges including convergence and interoperability towards more efficient, more consistent, and more user-friendly visualizations, particularly in the area of diagnostic imaging.
Biography:

Aldo Badano holds a Senior Biomedical Researcher Service appointment at FDA and currently serves as Deputy Director of the Division of Imaging, Diagnostics, and Software Reliability, Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. FDA. He received a MEng in Radiological Health Engineering and a PhD in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1999 and 1995 after obtaining a Chemical Engineering from the Universidad de la Rep├║blica, Montevideo, Uruguay in 1992. His primary interests are in the characterization and modeling of medical imaging acquisition and visualization systems. Aldo has published over 300 publications including a tutorial book on medical displays. In addition, he leads several international consensus development efforts through standards and professional organizations. He received CDRH's Excellence in Supervisory (2018) and Mentoring Award (2013), and FDA's Excellence in Laboratory Science Award (2003). Dr. Badano is also an affiliate faculty in Bioengineering at the University of Maryland, College Park and has graduated 4 doctoral students. He is a member of the AAPM and a fellow of the SPIE.