Daniel Killough

PhD Student, XR Accessibility

Daniel Killough | PhD Student, XR Accessibility

Hi, I’m Daniel!

I’m a PhD student at UW-Madison working with Yuhang Zhao studying HCI in the madAbility lab.
I also TA for CS 559: Computer Graphics with Eftychios Sifakis and Young Wu. I achieved my BS in CS from UT, alongside certifications in Digital Arts & Media and immersive tech, where I worked with Amy Pavel on live video accessibility for screenreader users.

Generally, my research interests include human-computer interaction (HCI), extended reality (AR/VR/MR/XR), immersive video (livestreams, 360° cameras, projection mapping), accessibility, esports, education, and healthcare.

More specifically, I’m looking to research & develop novel methods to make extended reality platforms more accessible to people with disabilities.

Outside of work, I track all the music I listen to on last.fm. I also enjoy longboarding, cooking, backpacking, watching YouTube videos, language learning, achievement hunting, and moderating online communities.

Check out the current events in my life, some projects I’ve worked on, or my CV for more info on my work!

Aliases: cs.utexas.edu/~dekilo | dkillough.github.io | pages.cs.wisc.edu/~dekilo