Project Website: http://vialab.science.uoit.ca/smt/
Lab Project Page: http://vialab.science.uoit.ca/portfolio/smt-toolkit
Supervised by Dr. Collins and Dr. Hancock, I was the original creator of Simple Multi-Touch (SMT) toolkit. It is an open source Processing library designed to make multi-touch computing accessible to non-experts, and to facilitate rapid prototyping of interactive applications. SMT is meant to be used as a tool for teaching university students, conducting research, prototyping, etc.
It is being used in the Human-Computer Interaction courses at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and at the University of Waterloo. It is also being used in multiple labs around the world to create research prototypes.
Designing and developing custom multi-touch gesture recognition algorithms for scaling, rotation, translation, vertical/horizontal swipes, single/double taps, etc.