adrian's soapbox


Hi, my name is Adrian Biagioli. I am currently a student at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. I like to create interactive 3D experiences and research new ways to promote interaction between users and their devices. With new advances in VR and AR, I am excited to see what new levels of presence can be achieved.

On the hardware side: I have experience working with the Arduino prototyping platform. I also have extensive experience developing for the Oculus Rift DK2 and Oculus Rift. I have worked with the SteamVR platform as well and the HTC Vive.

I am a Unity Certified Developer as of April, 2016.

On the software side: right now the majority of my work is in the Unity game engine. I am currently exploring the fields of interactive design (that is, the interaction between humans and their devices, specifically in 3D applications) and computer graphics (rendering techniques to create convincing virtual worlds). As far as languages go, I am proficient in Java, C++, C#, Javascript (and jQuery), HTML (and HTML5), CSS (and CSS3), and shader languages such as Cg and GLSL. You can check out my github here to see what I have done for yourself.

This website is a spew of whatever I am currently working on, or just stuff that I feel like talking about. Under the hood, it is powered by Jekyll and hosted by Github Pages.

As far as copyright goes, you can pretty much do whatever you want, provided it is within the rights granted by the Creative Commmons 4.0 International Attribution Licensee. Most notably you must attribute me (Adrian Biagioli) before sourcing any of my work. Thank you for understanding.