Jeffrey Chiampi

Jeffrey Chiampi is an assistant teaching professor of Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University, Wilkes-Barre campus. He holds master degrees in Business Administration and Software Engineering. At Penn State, he teaches courses in computer science, game development and information sciences and technology, sits on several University committees, and conducts research. His primary research interest is the application of virtual reality to engineering education. He regularly involves undergraduate students in his research and often collaborates with faculties from other locations and disciplines.


Realistic Virtual Reality Environments from Point Clouds

The advent of cost-effective head-mounted displays marked a new era in immersive virtual reality and sparked widespread applications in engineering, science and education. An integral component of any virtual reality application is the virtual environment. While some applications may have a complete... (read more)