Brian Meyers

Brian Meyers
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Brian Meyers has worked at Microsoft since 1989. Most of that time was spent working on development of programming languages, tools, and libraries. Since 1997 he has been working in Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington. He is currently working on DrawBridgethe library OS, focusing on the user interfaces for managing processes between machines and the into the cloud.

Before that Brian worked on the "ecosystem" of devices that we all work with everyday as we move from home to cars to work carrying with us smart phones and laptops. How can  all these systems work together?  What tools can help us organize and share this information between devices.  And most importantly - how can we maintain our context as the devices we interact with change.

An example of these types of systems is the Courier Demo (http://research.microsoft.com/apps/video/?id=148114 ).

Publications

    2011

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    2005

    • R. Veeraraghavan, G Singh, B. Pitti, G Smith, B. Meyers, and K. Toyama, Towards Accurate Measurement of Computer Usage in a Rural Kiosk, in Third International Conference on Innovative applications of Information Technology for Developing World - Asian Applied Computing Conference 2005, December 2005
    • P. Baudisch, M. Czerwinski, B. Meyers, D. Robbins, G. Robertson, G. Smith, and D. Tan, The Large-Display User Experience, in Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE, vol. 25, January 2005
    • George Robertson, Mary Czerwinski, Patrick Baudisch, Brian Meyers, Dan Robbins, Greg Smith, and Desney Tan, Large Display User Experience, in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 2005

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