My research is on ID-Navigation, an improved method to browse the web using only a keyboard. This is done by assigning shortcuts to elements on the page using unique IDs. For detailed information on my research you can read my Master's Thesis. Here's an screenshot of the technique in action:
The method was implemented as a Firefox extension. You can download the extension & try it for yourself. I recently upgraded it for Firefox 3.5. If you notice any problems or bugs with the browser, please let me know.
I also got my undergraduate degree at York University in 2005 (B.Sc. Specialized Honours in Computer Science). In addition to a project that I did, you will find some notes & projects that I'm keeping here for reference.
I have worked on a virtual Lego system for my computer science project (Cosc 4080), which is by the way the best experience you can get at York, specially if you decide not to go for the internship program. Basically I used a Phantom haptics (3D touch) device (below) with the virtual lego system and performed a user study. Unfortunately the original program is very Windows-dependent and you will need the device to use it so I can not post a working demo, however the research paper titled "Comparison of Real and Virtual 3D Construction Tools with Novice Users" is available.