Director, MIT Reality Hack | Founder of VR/AR@MIT | Research Assistant MIT Human Systems Lab
Eswar Anandapadmanaban is a graduate student with MIT Human Systems Lab in Aero Astro. He has worked on Virtual and Augmented Reality software and hardware for over 5 years with companies and organizations of varying size. He has a focus on data visualization and augmenting human capabilities of perception and processing. His work with NASA BASALT led to an outdoor augmented reality path visualization system deployed in 2017’s analog mission. He has also worked on AR for space suit data, task guidance, and more. Currently he is working on a fully virtual mission control simulation. This multi-user environment will be used to better design mission controls for our next planetary missions.
Eswar co-founded VR/AR@MIT and is the director of MIT Reality Hack.