My webpage lists my interests and publications in more detail. In short, when I'm not doing 'Chair' related activity I'm interested in failures of human visual perception (for example caused by illusions or conflicting stimuli or overloaded attention) and what those can tell us about the function and structures involved. My training is in Neurobiology first and then my grad work in Perception. I'm co-director of the MVRL (with Jeff Pelz and Anne Haake). I'm less interested in developing new eye-trackers and more interested in using these tools to explore basic questions about how human vision works.