Jamie Wither



jamie (at) wither.co.uk
Coniston Old Man

Research

In November 2005 I began my PhD here at EVASION.

I worked on sketching interfaces for modeling and animation of natural phenomena. I created easy to use software that eases the process of digital content creation by enabling the artist to model their ideas directly through sketching and annotation.

My PhD thesis is available here.

Some of my work is summarised in this poster, presented at the Marie Curie Conference 2008.

My supervisor was Marie-Paule Cani.

Press comment on some of our work.

I now work for TT Games.

I co-wrote a book chapter 'Dressing and Hair-Styling Virtual Characters from a Sketch' in the book 'Sketch-based Interfaces and Modeling' published by Springer.

Publications in 2008
Eurographics Workshop on Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling (SBM) - 2008


Publications in 2007



Publications in 2006
Emmanuel Turquin, Jamie Wither, Laurence Boissieux, Marie-Paule Cani, John Hughes
IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications - 2006



Publications in 2005
Master thesis from University College London - 2005


Brief résumé

2005-2008 PhD candidate INRIA Rhône-Alpes

2004-2005 MSc VIVE, University College London (graduated with distinction)

2000-2004 Senior Analyst Programmer, Citigroup

1998-2000 IT Consultant, Logica

1995-1998 BSc Physics, Durham University

Bibliography

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