Make Augmented Reality Application Accessible

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Speaker

Ohan Oda

Senior Software Engineer @Google, Expert in AR with Maps Starting from MARS @ColumbiaUniversity (2005), then CityLens @Nokia (2012), and Currently Live View @Google

I was born in China, and grew up in Japan. I came to the US after high school and graduated from University of Wisconsin Madison with a double major in Computer Engineering and Computer Science. I got my Ph.D in Computer Science with focus on Augmented Reality from Columbia University under Prof. Steven Feiner's supervision. I currently work at Google as Software Engineer for Live View features in Google Maps.

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