Hi, I’m Jaylin!

Right now, I'm in my fourth year at the University of Michigan studying Computer Science, and I'm an undergraduate researcher in the Crowds + Machines (CROMA) Lab advised by Dr. Walter S. Lasecki.


I'm a fourth year student at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor studying computer science with a minor in mathematics. My research interests are broad, including augmented reality, programming education, and HCI in general.


April 2018: Attending CHI 2018 Workshop on Novel Interaction Techniques for Collaboration in VR to present our work on Crowdsourcing for Effortless Creation of Collaborative AR Spaces.

May 2018: Started internship at Microsoft Research in Redmond, Waskington with Eyal Ofek.

Collaborative Wizard-Of-Oz Prototyping for Augmented Reality

The goal of this project is to facilitate the creation of low-fidelity, multi-user Augmented Reality (AR) prototypes with minimal effort. We aim to do this through a system that synchronizes a 3D scene between multiple device types, allowing for more complex manipulation of content on devices with more precise input (i.e., a laptop).

Intelligent Programming Assistants

From October 2016 to September 2017, I worked on a series of projects that aimed to find new ways to assist people with complex tasks, like programming.


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  • Address

    520 Packard Street, Apt. 12
    Ann Arbor, MI, 48104
  • Phone

    (248) 763-0379