Shaun Foster is an assistant professor of 3D Digital Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. He received his Masters in Fine Arts at RIT in 2002. He then worked at 4 Directions Productions as manager of Animation and was also Lead Effects Artist there. He worked on multiple award winning, national and regional TV, advertising and the highly successful 3D animated short “Raccoon and Crawfish”. Shaun has developed two educational multimedia exhibits for museums prior to joining RIT. He is currently pursuing his love of pedagogy and technology at RIT. Foster’s work is focused on next generation 3D and interactive computer graphics. He recently published Integrating 3D Modeling, Photogrammetry and Design (Springer Publishing) and the Augmented Reality Tourism app Flip For History. Foster has spoken the last 3 years at the International SIGGRAPH conference and is also involved in the local SIGGRAPH Professional chapter serving on the executive board and also advises “RITGraph”, the student SIGGRAPH chapter at RIT. He was recently awarded several grants (internal and external) dealing with next generation technologies; including Kinect and Augmented Reality tourism as well as Digital Humanities 3D interactive Asylum reconstruction.