Dr. David Gerhard is a computer scientist at the University of Regina who applies his theoretical and technical knowledge across multiple disciplines. His research focuses on computational interaction with information-rich human data such as music, speech, vision, and movement. Recently he has collaborated on artistic works and developed analysis modes for a diverse set of hardware including the Microsoft Kinect, the Nintendo Wii Remote, and the Leap Motion, as well as the many interaction modes of the Arduino. Dr. Gerhard provides critically necessary expertise in sensor data analysis and pattern recognition, as well as critical expertise for software and web. Dr. Gerhard will be advise the Principal Investigator on technology use on the project, including technology-related security.