Ken Hung is a Software Engineer in the Design Research group at Autodesk with a B.S. in Computer Science from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo.
He first joined Autodesk as an intern in 2011 where he helped improve the viewer capabilities and user experience of Buzzsaw Mobile. Ken joined the Autodesk Research group a year later. Since then, he has worked on various areas of the Autodesk Remote product including research and implementation of agnostic extensible gesture controls to improve Autodesk Remote's mobile experience for Autodesk products.
Ken is currently working on computational design with focus on data visualization. In addition to mobile applications development, his interests also include computer graphics and interactive entertainment.
In his spare time he enjoys playing, analyzing, and prototyping games and their mechanics. He also enjoys running, cycling, and playing piano.
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