Brent Dingle

Systems Architect and Consultant for Advanced Visualization

Brent studies systems of humans and systems of technology, continually seeking to find and create ways to make them work better, together. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and a Master's in Mathematics from Texas A&M University. He is currently the R&D lead for Raytheon's Immersive Design Center located in McKinney Texas. He has over 20 years of experience in Graphics, Advanced Visualization, Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis. In the past he worked in Game Design and Development, with two published titles. For several years he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. His current work efforts include investigations into extended reality, AI/ML, reality capture, remote sensors, and mechatronics.

Brent has a strong interest in understanding and exploring all aspects of Perception and Reality, including the interaction and Visualization thereof. He believes technology influences our understanding and perception. It enables us to learn, do, and become more. Creation of technology requires exploration of abstractions. Providing new ways to explore and experience such abstractions can advance, or hinder, our abilities and understanding. Knowing how and why is important and can be applied in many different business environments, industrial or academic, theoretically or applied. He has experience in a wide range of areas, with notable success in all.

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