I'm an Assistant Professor of Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University, directing the Future Interfaces Group. My lab creates novel sensing and interface technologies that foster powerful and natural interactions between humans and computers. This research often lies in emerging use modalities, such as wearable computing, touch interfaces and gestural interaction. Please see my research page for more details on my personal research. I am also a cofounder of Qeexo, a startup developing "rich-touch" interactive technologies.

My idea of the good life is one of education, creation, and adventure.

Chris Harrison
School of Computer Science
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Future Interfaces Group
407 South Craig Street
Second Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
February 13Crunch to get all graphics done for Qeexo booth at MWC.
February 12Carnegie Museum of Art's FEAST series; Vietnamese and New Orleans fusion.
February 10Qeexo team event. Escape Room, Voodoo Brewing, Dish, Acacia. Fun!
February 6Finally get around to installing chandeliers upstairs. Order lights for first floor.
January 25Qeexo family grows with addition of Leslie.
January 24Begin trek home. Snow snarls travel. End up driving from JFK.
January 16Depart for World Economic Forum in Davos.
January 15Nail down semester projects. Meet Ivan Sutherland at CMU exhibit opening.
January 8Return to the the burgh. Start prepping for semester and classes.
January 5Depart for CES in Las Vegas. Clear skies in PGH, weather delays in Vegas?!
January 4Unpack, prep for new year, freaky P.H. Butler human hair nets arrive.
January 2Coffee plantation tour. Guatemala City museums and central plaza. Fly home.
January 1Lazy walking tour of Antigua. Evening cocktails watching volcano erupt.
December 31Black salt from Sacapulas, Chichicastenango market, New Years in Antigua.
December 30Visit Acul, amazing weaving, cheese farm and waterfalls. Boxboles for dinner.
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