In summer 2016, MCL welcomes a new intern student, Eric Hsieh. We gave him a warm welcome and had a short interview with him.
1.Could you briefly introduce yourself? (Previous research experience, project experience, research interest and expertise)
Hello everyone, I am Eric (HsiangChih, Hsieh). I am a graduate student studying computer science in USC. I worked on a project of 3D pet fish, which is a Motion Sensing Game using Kinect to capture the hand gesture. I am interested in computer graphics. Hope I can come up with something awesome in the future.
2. What’s your first impression of USC and MCL?
To me, USC is a nice place where I cannot wait to explore it and MCL is a place “where amazing happens.” Since the summer intern project began, I’d learned so many precious experience and met so many awesome classmates. Members in the MCL are willing to help each other and the atmosphere here is really nice.
3. What’s your future expectation for MCL?
I think prof. Kuo had already set a really good core value for the MCL lab. With prof. Kuo’s leading and every members’ effort. I believe that MCL will have a bright future as long as everyone in the lab keeping their faith and working as a high efficiency team. Fight on!