Lead Visualization Scientist
George joined RCAC in 2011, after completing his masters in technology with a focus on binocular vision and perception. He has an academic background in immersive graphics and spends his time working with faculty and students on virtual/augmented reality simulations, data visualizations, and multimedia.
- B.S., Computer Graphics Technology, Purdue University (2009).
- M.S., Technology, Purdue University (2011).
- Milisavljevic, D., Sumner, A., Takahashi, G., Martin, T., Drissen, L., & Law, C. J. (2021). Visualization and Collaborative Exploration of Complex Multi-dimensional Data Among Distant Individuals using Virtual Reality. In American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts (Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 541-11).
- McGraw, J., Zhang, W., Luginbuhl, A. D., Takahashi, G., Tasker, R. F., & Chopra, G. (2018). Virtual reality environment to visualize and manipulate molecular structures. Biophysical Journal, 114(3), 184a.
- Chandramouli, M., Takahashi, G., & Bertoline, G. R. (2014). Desktop VR centered project based learning in ET courses using a low-cost portable VR system. In 2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition (pp. 24-381).
- Bowen, G. J., Liu, Z., Vander Zanden, H. B., Zhao, L., & Takahashi, G. (2014). Geographic assignment with stable isotopes in IsoMAP. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5(3), 201-206.
- Takahashi, G., & Connolly, P. (2012). Impact of binocular vision on the perception of geometric shapes in spatial ability testing. In 67th midyear meeting proceedings, Limerick, Ireland.
- Bowen, G. J., West, J. B., Zhao, L., Takahashi, G., Miller, C., & Zhang, T. (2012). Cyberinfrastructure for isotope analysis and modeling. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 93(19), 185-187.