|Education||PhD, Columbia University, 1998|
|Employer||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|Known for||Augmented reality research|
After completing his doctorate at Columbia University in 1998, MacIntyre moved to the Georgia Institute of Technology where he founded and was appointed director of the newly-formed Augmented Environments Lab. In 2010 MacIntire was named as the director of the Qualcomm Augmented Reality Game Studio. Currently, MacIntyre is on leave from Georgia Tech while working as a Principal Research Scientist in Mozilla’s Emerging Technologies team.
As the director of the KHARMA project, MacIntyre developed the Argon augmented reality browser, which was released for the iPhone in 2011.
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- Blair MacIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology