Hi, I'm Gabriel Caniglia.

I study cognitive science, computer science, and design at Northwestern University. My interests lie broadly in human-computer interaction and immersive technologies.

Below is a list of some projects I've done for summer internships, coursework, research, and fun.

Marathon Data Visualization System

A dashboard display for critical runner and medical data that aids decision-making during large events

SUMMER 2017 AND ONGOING | DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

You Are the Ocean

A brain-computer interface art installation, selected for national and international exhibitions

WINTER–SUMMER 2017 | DEPARTMENT OF RADIO, TV, AND FILM

The Garage:
Makerspace and VR Lab

A dedicated place for Northwestern hardware and VR startups to prototype and build

SUMMER 2016 AND ONGOING | THE GARAGE AT NORTHWESTERN

Tackling Fake News on Facebook

A user interface study for a fake news detection system on Facebook

SPRING 2017 | EECS 395: ALGORITHMS AND SOCIETY

Data Visualization in Virtual Reality

An exploration of data visualization possibilities for immersive environments

WINTER 2017 | KNIGHT LAB STUDIO

Catnip

A Northwestern-tailored app for improving time management

FALL 2016–SPRING 2017 | SEGAL DESIGN INSTITUTE

Elks National Memorial

A case study of Chicago's intersection with classical antiquity

FALL 2017 | CLASSICS 390: ANCIENT ROME IN CHICAGO

Mortal Kombat II

An arcade cabinet restoration and retrofit

SPRING 2017 AND ONGOING | THE GARAGE AT NORTHWESTERN

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