Thuong Hoang is currently a Lecturer in Virtual and Augmented Reality at Deakin University, and an Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Australia. His research expertise focuses on designing, implementing, and evaluating interactive systems that leverages emerging virtual and augmented reality infrastructures and technologies, including a patented ultrasonic glove device supporting intuitive 3D modelling for outdoor augmented reality. In his work, he often applies human factors, user experience and interaction design principles to produce engaging, interactive, and novel experiences, especially in the area of public spaces, exhibitions, education and health.. He has previously collaborated with the Science Gallery Melbourne, National Gallery Victoria, Channel 11, the Royal Children Hospital, and has participated in events as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week and SummerSalt festival.
- ARC Discovery DP160101368 Ageing Bodies, Embodied Interactions and Social Inclusion
- Embodiment of Musical Performances through Emerging Technologies – Deakin Science and Society Incubator Grant
- Augmented Reality Projection Mapping for Physiotherapy Education – University of Melbourne Learning and Teaching Initiative
- Smart Socks for Teleconsultation in Physiotherapy – in collaboration with Royal Children Hospital, Melbourne.