Bryson Rudolph is an extended reality developer passionate about gamified education, foreign languages and culture, and humanitarian work. He joined the University of Miami Frost Institute for Data Science and Computing in 2022.
Bryson received his BS and MS in Computer Science (‘20, ‘21) and BA in Spanish (‘20) from Clemson University. While at Clemson, he was a proud member of the university’s Virtual Environments Group. He helped develop a multi-platform VR simulation designed to teach geology students how to conduct field work in the Grand Canyon. Bryson also carried out empirical research and investigated the effects of head-mounted display fidelity on spatial updating and content learning.
Shortly after receiving his Master’s, Bryson joined the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps as a full-time volunteer for ten months. He was deployed across the country with his team to construct affordable homes, clean up state parks and camps, and provide disaster recovery from Hurricane Ida.