Derek Ham

Derek Ham’s research interest spans the areas of game based learning, algorithmic thinking, and digital fabrication/making. In his work, he continues to investigate both virtual reality and augmented realty technology to find ways these tools can expand the possibilities of interaction design. Before joining the faculty in the College of Design, Derek has taught at MIT’s School of Architecture, Harvard's Graduate School of Design (GSD), and the Rhode Island School of Design.

2015 Doctoral Dissertation:  Playful Calculation: Tangible Coding for Visual Calculation