Paritosh Sharma - Computer Graphics Research CV Blog

About Me

I am a PhD student at Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Sciences du Numérique working under Michael Filhol in team ILES. I received my Bachelor of Technology at SRM Institude of Science and Technology and then my Master of Science at Université Grenoble Alpes My Ph.D. research focuses on animating sign language descriptions using Signing Avatars.

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My research interests have been in the fields of Computer Graphics, Robotics and Human-Computer Interaction.

Synthesis for AZee expressions

Currently, I work on animating AZee(a sign language description language) expressions using avatars.

AZee animator

Interaction methods for eye tracking for cognitively disabled people

During my M1 thesis, my work aimed at improving the eye interaction methods for GazePlay.



Simulator for Mass Spring Systems

Demonstration of several algorithms for Mass Spring Systems. Such systems are utilised for simulation of cloth and hair particles in computer graphics.

Mass Spring Demo

Underwater scene using OpenGL

An underwater scene implemented using PyOpenGL and GLFW during my course 3D Computer Graphics.

Underwater Scene Demo

Mobile VR integration for Godot

During my GSoC 2018, I worked on integrating GearVR and Google DayDream for Godot Engine.

Unity3D projects


KDE Akademy 2020

Talk on adding a Qt3D based backend for popular planetarium software KStars.

UGA i-Days 2020

An application idea pitched in the fields of Nutrition, AI, and IoT that aims at solving Vitamin D deficiencies in the elderly. Our team was awarded bronze medal for this idea. For more details, check out the blog post.