Our PhD candidate Jaeyeon Lee is awarded Google Travel Grant for the trip for UIST. She will present her work on a non-contact wearable tactile display (http://hcil.kaist.ac.kr/?p=1819).
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We’re pleased to say that our paper on new writing technology for tablets has been accepted for ISS (Interactive Surfaces and Spaces), which was known as ITS until last year. Jiseong Gu and Geehyuk Lee, In-Place-Ink: Toward More Direct Handwriting Interfaces The paper presents two In-Place-Ink interfaces and studied their performance with a conventional indirect… Read more »
We are happy to announce that a paper from our lab has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Haptics journal, a prestige journal on haptic interfaces. Seongkook Heo and Geehyuk Lee, Vibrotactile Compliance Feedback for Tangential Force Interaction, IEEE Transactions on Haptics The paper presents a novel method to generate an illusion of… Read more »
For years, we have been publishing papers to CHI and UIST conferences every year. We’re happy to say that this year is not an exception. Jaeyeon Lee and Geehyuk Lee, Designing a Non-contact Wearable Tactile Display Using Airflows The paper seeks opportunity in using airflows as a non-contact wearable tactile display through a series of… Read more »
Sunjun Kim has been selected as 2016 Naver PhD fellow. Naver is one of the largest tech company in Korea and the fellowship is awarded to the outstanding PhD students in Computer Science field. Sunjun has done outstanding work on software text entry methods and presenting papers at top HCI conferences including CHI and UIST…. Read more »
A follow-up research to SplitBoard project presented at CHI has accepted for publication in Interacting with Computers journal. Jonggi Hong, Seongkook Heo, Poika Isokoski, and Geehyuk Lee Comparison of Three QWERTY Keyboards for a Smartwatch Interacting with Computers (Accepted) This paper investigates the performane characteristics of SplitBoard in depth, by comparing it with QWERTY keyboard… Read more »