Dr. Raphael Grasset is a senior researcher at the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision. He was previously a senior researcher at the HIT Lab NZ and completed his Ph.D. in 2004. His main research interests include 3D interaction, computer-human interaction, augmented reality, mixed reality, visualization, and CSCW. His work is highly multidisciplinary; he has been involved in a large number of academic and industrial projects over the last decade. He is the author of more than 50 international publications, was previously a lecturer on Augmented Reality, and has supervised more than 50 students. He has more than 10 years of experience in Augmented Reality (AR) for a broad range of platforms (desktop, mobile, and the Web) and programming languages (C++, Python, and Java). He has contributed to the development of AR software libraries (ARToolKit, osgART, and Android AR), AR plugins (Esperient Creator and Google Sketchup), and has been involved in the development of numerous AR applications.