Margaret Cook is a third year Master of Science student in the Department of Visualization, at Texas A&M University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences from Texas A&M as well. Her research interests involve merging comparative veterinary anatomy with art and technology, to create educational tools for anatomy courses in higher education. For her thesis dissertation, she is exploring the use of 3D models and animation in augmented reality, to visualize the clinical effects upon canine muscle movement, produced by user interaction with the nerves of the thoracic limb.
Virtual & Augmented Reality
Virtual & Augmented Reality Talks and Prize Presentation