Mr Mario Sandoval Olive

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PhD student in Computer Science in 3D visualisations. The aim of my research is to present a new multimodal interaction mapping framework for 3D object manipulation within the virtual reality (VR) realm, by leveraging the advantages of having multiple DoF (Degrees of Freedom). In this new software engineering designed framework, interaction devices such as a keyboard, mouse or joystick, or specialised hardware interfaces, including any controller that provides users with an alternative way to input and/or be immersed in the VE, can all be combined to provide a more intuitive and natural command system. We plan to apply this framework to many different specific systems including industrial applications within the petroleum, geology and materials sciences. This is a Computer Science focused research project sponsored by CONACyT-SENER Hidrocarburos.

External positions

SharePoint Developer, Ltd

Sep 2019 → …

Areas of expertise

  • QA76 Computer software - Develoment Informatics, Architecture, Life cycle assessment, innovation, image analysis, 3D Imaging

Research Networks and Beacons


  • Virtual Reality, 3D Visualisation, Input Devices

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2009 - Bachelor of Engineering, B.Eng. in Electronics and Communication from Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico<, Instituto Politecnico Nacional (National Polytechnic Institute) (2004 - 2009)

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Student Theses

UoM administered thesis: Master of Philosophy

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