Rorik Henrikson    
    HCI PhD Candidate    
    I am a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto studying Human Computer Interaction in the DGP lab, working wtih Ravin Balakrishnan.      
    My interests are in the area of early stage planning and conceptualization for film and television. In particular, I am interested in the space concerning storyboards through previsualization, stereoscopy, and VR.
  1. Rorik Henrikson, Bruno De Araujo, Fanny Chevalier, Karan Singh, Ravin Balakrishnan. (2016) Multi-Device Storyboards for Cinematic Narratives in VR. To be presented at UIST 2016 - User Interface Software and Technology Symposium Projectc Page
  2. Rorik Henrikson, Bruno De Araujo, Fanny Chevalier, Karan Singh, Ravin Balakrishnan. (2016) Storeoboard: Sketching Stereoscopic Storyboards. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '16), ACM, New York, NY, USA, 4587-4598.
    Projectc Page Paper
  3. Abhishek Ranjan, Jeremy Birnholtz, Rorik Henrikson, Ravin Balakrishnan, Dana Lee. (2010). Automatic camera control using unobtrusive vision and audio tracking. Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2010. Canadian Information processing Society, Toronto, Ont., Canada, 47-54.
  4. McCall, S., Breult, Henrikson, Reid, Clark, Ellis, Piotrowski, A., Piotrowski, L., Rodney, McCall, M. “Globally accessible bidirectional scattering distribution function software data tool.” Proc. SPIE. 3426 (1998): 303-312
    Courses in which I have been a teaching assistant:  
  • CSC108: Introduction to Computer Programming (2012-16)
  • CSC108: Introduction to Computer Programming: Head TA (2013-14)
  • CSC108: Introduction to Computer Programming: Content Creation (2013)
  • CSC148: Introduction to Computer Science (2012)
  • CSC180: Introduction to Computer Programming (2011)
  • CSC207: Software Design (2011)
  • CSC301: Introduction to Software Engineering (2010)

I can be contacted using the following information:

Room: BA5166
Bahen Center for Information Technology
40 St. George Street
Department of Computer Science
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

rorik [at]