Professor, Designer, Husband, Father, Gamer, Bagpiper

Here are the pictures I generally use when someone wants a promo picture for a talk or other web page.  While my hair isn't always this colorful, it's a nice change from the "grey haired old white dude" look.

Some bio's follow.

General bio:

Blair MacIntyre is a Principal Research Scientist at Mozilla, and a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech. At Mozilla, he leads Mixed and Augmented Reality research in the Emerging Technologies Group. At Georgia Tech, he directs the Augmented Environments Lab's work on the design and implementation of interactive mixed-reality and augmented-reality environments. His research is currently focused on using distributed, social mixed reality to support online conferences, meetings, and teaching. Over the years, he has worked on programming and design tools for AR, understanding the potential of AR as a new medium for games, entertainment, education and work. He has also investigated military, industrial, and enterprise uses of AR. He has been doing research in augmented reality since 1991, is actively involved with numerous conferences and workshops, speaks and consults regularly, and has published over 100 academic papers in the field.

Short bio:

Blair MacIntyre is a Principal Research Scientist at Mozilla, and a Professor of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. He has been doing AR research since 1991, founded the Augmented Environments Lab at Georgia Tech in 1999, and joined Mozilla in 2016. His research is currently focused on using distributed, social mixed reality to support online conferences, meetings, and teaching. He has worked on AR systems in military, industrial, enterprise, educational, and gaming domains, and consults on technical, design, and legal issues in AR.

Web-centric, short bio:

Blair MacIntyre is a Principal Research Scientist at Mozilla, and a Professor of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. He has been doing AR research since 1991, founded the Augmented Environments Lab at Georgia Tech in 1999, and joined Mozilla in 2016. He has been working on bringing AR to the web since 2008, when he started the open-source Argon project at Georgia Tech. At Mozilla, he works on bringing high performance AR to web browsers. He has worked on AR systems in military, industrial, enterprise, educational, and gaming domains, and consults on technical, design, and legal issues in AR.