Research Areas and Projects 

Primary Topics:
Augmented Reality
Displays and Computer Vision
Artificial Intelligence

Other Interest Areas:
Human Augmentation
The Singularity
Evolution Theory and Genetics
My name is Jason and I am currently a PhD student at Osaka University studying augmented reality (AR).  I grew up in Augusta, Georgia and graduated from Georgia Tech in 2006 with a B.S. in computer engineering. 
I then worked for 3 years in Healthcare IT, but returned to school in 2010 to study Japanese at the University of Georgia.  In 2011, I became a research student at Osaka University, and matriculated into the PhD program in 2013.

I now own and operate JEOresearch, which engages in international collaborative research, and will provide other consulting and translation services full time as of 2016.

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Osaka University /
Takemura Laboratory
Curriculum Vitae