Welcome to the Dynamic Graphics Project lab of the University of Toronto

DGP, short for the Dynamic Graphics Project, is comprised of researchers spanning graphics, human-computer interaction, computer vision, and computational imaging. Founded in 1967, our group seeks to push the limits of perception, interaction, and visual communication in order to engage people with digital media in ways that have never been seen before. Our research has garnered multiple publication awards, academic fellowships and prizes, and even Academy Awards. Our alumni have become faculty at top universities throughout the world (e.g., Carnegie Mellon, Princeton, Virginia) and leaders at major industrial research labs (e.g., Adobe, Autodesk, Facebook/Meta, Google, Pixar).