Hunter Hoffman, PhD

Hunter Hoffman, PhD

Hunter received a PhD in Cognitive Psychology (human memory and attention) at UW in 1992 and continued his post-doctoral research on social influences on memory with Larry Jacoby in Canada.  In 1993, Hunter returned to Seattle and began virtual reality research at the UW Human Interface Technology Laboratory (HIT), one of the largest VR research laboratories in the world.  The HIT laboratory was founded and is directed by Professor Tom Furness, one of the fathers of virtual reality.