G Michael Poor is an assistant professor at Baylor University in the Computer Science department. Michael’s research explores the use of emerging interactive technology, accessibility issues in human-computer interaction, and video game development. His projects include the design and evaluation of gesture-based interaction, life-like robotic interaction, instruction delivery, and accessibility design for video game interaction.
Michael earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science at Tufts University working in the Human-Computer Interaction Lab under Robert Jacob. He received his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University and has worked as an interaction specialist for LifeFormations.
- Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
- Next Generation interfaces… i.e. Tangible User Interfaces
- My Family
- Old Man’s Hockey League
- Pretty much any kind of sport
- Detroit Sports Teams i.e Wings, Tigs, and Pistons
- Cleveland Browns (Super Bowl 2025 Champs)
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