TouchBranch has been accepted to DIS 2018

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Our paper “TouchBranch: Understanding Interpersonal Touches in Interactive Installation” was accepted to ACM DIS 2018. This research project was a part of an interactive installation project, Lumi Land (2017), collaborated with National Science Museum and KAIST Wonder Lab.

Two papers accepted for CHI 2018

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Two haptic interfaces papers have been accepted for CHI 2018. See you in Montreal! Youngbo Aram Shim, Jaeyeon Lee, and Geehyuk Lee, Exploring Multimodal Watch-back Tactile Display using Wind and Vibration, CHI 2018. Seongkook Heo, Christina Chung, Geehyuk Lee, and Daniel Wigdor, Thor’s Hammer: An Ungrounded Force Feedback Device using Propeller Propulsion, CHI 2018.

Outstanding Paper Award at ISSM 2017

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Our paper on ‘Understanding Interpersonal Touches in Interactive Installation’ won an outstanding paper award (우수논문상) at the 7th International Symposium of Science Museums. This work is the result of a collaboration between HCI Lab and Wonder Lab (ID KAIST). Developing and Understanding UX of the Interactive Installation with Interpersonal Touch Technology Seungki Kim, Jiwoo Hong,… Read more »

Our members won UIST ’17 Student Innovation Contest

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Our members won People’s Choice award at UIST ’17 Student Innovation Contest Every year at UIST, there is an event called Student Innovation Contest, where teams of students build interactive systems with a special hardware given by the UIST conference. This year, students were given a robotic arm to play with. KAIST HCIL students, Keunwoo… Read more »

Two papers are accepted to ISS 2017

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We’re happy to announce that two papers have been accepted to ISS 2017 (Interactive Surfaces and Spaces). Jaehyun Han, Sunggeun Ahn, Keunwoo Park, Geehyuk Lee, Designing Multi-Touch Gestures Using the Space around the Smartwatch as Continuous Input Space The paper presents the results of four experiments for designing the concept of Transture which had been… Read more »

A paper is accepted to IJHCS

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“Evaluation of Edge-based Interaction on a Square Smartwatch” by Sunggeun Ahn, Jaeyeon Lee, Keunwoo Park, and Geehyuk Lee has been accepted (Aug 25, 2017) for publication in the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. It was first submitted to the journal on Oct 04, 2016 and underwent a major revision cycle.

FingerSkate accepted to IJHCI

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“FingerSkate: Relaxing the Physical Constraint of Two-Finger Touchscreen Operations” by Jeongmin Son and Geehyuk Lee has been accepted (Jan 30, 2017) for publication in the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. It was first submitted to the journal on Nov 11, 2015 and underwent a major revision cycle. Almost the entire user experiments were re-done for the… Read more »

RemoteType accepted to IJHCI

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“Comparison of Two Target Selection Methods for Two-Thumb Touchpad Typing” by Jeongmin Son and Geehyuk Lee has been accepted (Jan 23, 2017) for publication in International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. It was first submitted to the journal on Jul 02, 2016 and underwent a major-revision cycle. “RemoteType” is the internal project name of the paper. It is about… Read more »

PinPad (paper) accepted to CHI 2017

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How can we interact with a touchpad that can provide high-resolution tactile output? Our paper titled “PinPad: Touchpad Interaction with Fast and High-Resolution Tactile Output” on it has been accepted for CHI2017. Jingun Jung, Eunhye Youn, and Geehyuk Lee, PinPad: Touchpad Interaction with Fast and High-Resolution Tactile Output, CHI2017

Seongkook and Jaeyeon awarded NAVER PhD Fellowship

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Seongkook Heo and Jaeyeon Lee won NAVER 2016 PhD fellowship award. NAVER PhD fellowship award is given to outstanding CS PhD students who have published top conference papers and journal articles. This year, our lab have three NAVER PhD fellowship awardees including Sunjun Kim, who received the award this spring.