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Eito Murakami

Undergraduate Researcher

Eito Murakami is an undergraduate student at University of California San Diego double majoring in Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts Music (ICAM) and Political Science/International Relations. He is an electronic composer, performer, sound designer, and VR developer. By combining his classical music training with proficiency in audio and graphics software, he creates digital interfaces and instruments that promote intuitive musical performance. Eito is currently a member of the Sonic Arts Research and Development group at UC San Diego's Qualcomm Institute. Using the Unreal Engine, he develops audiovisual infrastructure that allow multiplayer interactions in virtual 3D environments via network. Additionally, he is an instructor, marketing/production assistant, former marketing manager, and former vice president of The Deejays & Vinylphiles Club (DVC) at UCSD.