ACM Interactions introduced our lab in <Day in The Lab> section. Current issue is now available in: http://interactions.acm.org/archive/view/march-april-2015/human-computer-interaction-lab-kaist . And also it is on ACM digital library: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2732252 .
News & Event
Transture: Continuing a Touch Gesture on a Small Screen into the Air Jaehyun Han, Sunggeun Ahn, Geehyuk Lee, CHI 2015 EA (WIP)
We have two notes accepted to CHI 2015! Investigating the Information Transfer Efficiency of a 3×3 Watch-back Tactile Display by Jaeyeon Lee, Jaehyun Han, and Geehyuk Lee SplitBoard: A Simple Split Soft Keyboard for Wristwatch-sized Touch Screens by Jonggi Hong, Seongkook Heo, Poika Isokoski, and Geehyuk Lee
Eunhye Youn and Geehyuk Lee, Slack-Scroll: Sharing Sliding Operations among Scrolling and Other GUI Functions Jaehyun Han, Sunggeun Ahn, Geehyuk Lee, Push-Push: A Two-Point Touchscreen Operation Utilizing the Pressed State and the Hover State
“Trampoline: A Double-sided Elastic Touch Device to Create Reliefs”, Jaehyun Han, Jiseong Gu, Geehyuk Lee was accepted to UIST 2014.
Trampoline: A Double-sided Elastic Touch Device for Repoussé and Chasing Techniques, Jaehyun Han, Seongkook Heo, Jiseong Gu, Geehyuk Lee, CHI 2014 EA WIP
“IrPen: A 6-DOF Pen System to Support Over-the-surface Interactions with Tablet Computers” by Han, J., Heo, S., Lee, H., Lee, G. has been accepted to IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications.
“Expanding Touch Input Vocabulary by Using Consecutive Distant Taps” by Seongkook Heo, Jiseong Gu, and Geehyuk Lee has been accepted to CHI 2014 as a full paper.
A paper titled “Designing Rich Touch Interaction through Proximity and 2.5D Force Sensing Touchpad“ by Seongkook Heo, Jaehyun Han, and Geehyuk Lee was presented as OzCHI 2013.
Four HCIL students, Seongkook Heo, Jiseong Gu, Jeongmin Son, Eunhye Youn, won a second place prize with a water bottle bagpipe in Most Creative category at the UIST 2013 student innovation contest. UIST student contest has started in 2009. Each year, a novel hardware such as touch-sensitive mouse, pressure-sensitive touchpad, and program-controlled water pump is… Read more »