Robert Clements


is a neuroscientist who teaches and performs research at Kent State University.  He develops and uses different three-dimensional (3D) imaging techniques to understand diseases of the brain, for virtual and physical reconstruction as well as education.  His research aims to visualize our brains’ three-dimensional structure for better disease diagnosis and therapies as well as improve how we learn, experience, and perceive 3D environments and objects.


Last update: March 2022


Articles published on IXD&A:


•  'An analysis of motivation and situational interest in a location-based augmented reality application', N. 52, pp. 198 - 220,  abstractdownload (