John McGinley is a Research Associate in the Human and Systems Engineering research team at CAVS. He recieved his BS in Computer Science from Mississippi State University in 1997. John McGinley is currently leading efforts to use human motion capture in ergonomics research and digital human model validation.
Leading up to and following his graduation, John lead the visualization efforts for the CFD Lab at the Engineering Research Center at MSU. He spent 3 years in Colorado Springs working as a software engineer. His work has spanned academia, government contracting, and commercial companies in areas of research, scientific computing, and business software development.
|Research Interest: ||John's research interests include digital human modeling, human motion capture systems, biomechanics of human motion, and the real-world application of each. His background and interests also include software engineering, systems integration, computer graphics and visualization, and virtual and augmented reality.|
|Publications: ||Carruth, D., McGinley, J., Mikulski, C., & Shvartsman, A. (2010). Advancing the Behavior Modeling and Visualization of Entities in the Ground Vehicle Simulation Laboratory. Proceedings of 2010 NDIA Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium. Dearborn, MI. [Abstract] |
Garrison, T., & McGinley, J. (2009). Evaluating Interactions of Task Relevance and Visual Attention in Driver Multitasking. IMAGE 2009 Conference and Exhibition: IMAGE Society. [Abstract]
Parker, L., McGinley, S., Carruth, D., & McGinley, J. (2009). Human Performance in Simulated Tasks Using Game Controllers. Proceedings of Applied Ergonomics. Reno, Nevada.
Littell, N., Babski-Reeves, K., McFadyen, G., & McGinley, J. (2007). Musculoskeletal and Performance Effects of Monocular Display Augmented, Articulated Arm Based Laser Digitizing. Human Computer Interaction International 2007. Bejing, China: LNCS Digital Library (LNCS, http://www.springer.com/lncs). [Abstract] [Document]
Kang, J., McGinley, J., Babski-Reeves, K., & McFadyen, G. (2006). Determining Learning Level And Effective Training Times Using Thermography. In Proceedings of Army Science Conference, Orlando, FL. [Abstract] [Document]
|Total Publications by this Author: 15|