Sam Bond (2017 Women in Games Ambassador - International Game Developers Association) is a biomedical interactivity developer, creating 2D/3D assets and cleanly built Unity projects for scientific and medical educational tools.
Currently, Sam is a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago with dual appointments in the Department of Physical Therapy (PT) and the Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences (BHIS). Within PT, she develops software and game-based learning tools for patients and clinicians. Within BHIS, she teaches graduate courses for aspiring medical interactivity developers on beginner to intermediate programming in C#, advanced web development, Unity game engine development, and virtual and augmented reality design.
2D and 3D illustration, 3D modeling for use in Unity builds, and biomedical content writing.
Interactive projects using a diverse set of programs, ranging from e-learning courses with software like Articulate Storyline, to fully developed Unity builds.
A collection of four animations, housed within an interactive prototype, developed start to finish for parents and caregivers of cleft palate patients at the University of Illinois at Chicago Craniofacial Center.