One paper: Sunjun Kim, Geehyuk Lee, Haptic Feedback Design for a Virtual Button Along Force-Displacement Curves, UIST 2013 and two posters: Jeongmin Son, Geehyuk Lee, FingerSkate: Making Multi-Touch Operations Less Constrained and More Continuous(Poster), UIST 2013 Seongkook Heo, Geehyuk Lee, Ta-Tap: Consecutive Distant Tap Operations for One-handed Touch Screen Use(Poster), UIST 2013 were presented at… Read more »
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“TapBoard: Making a Touch Screen Keyboard More Touchable” by Sunjun Kim, Jeongmin Son, Geehyuk Lee, Hwan Kim, Woohun Lee won honorable mention award for CHI 2013.
“TouchShield: A Virtual Control for Stable Grip of a Smartphone Using the Thumb” by Jonggi Hong and Geehyuk Lee has been accepted for CHI 2013 WIP. “Indirect Shear Force Estimation for Multi-Point Shear Force Operations” by Seongkook Heo and Geehyuk Lee, “TapBoard: Making a Touch Screen Keyboard More Touchable” by Sunjun Kim, Jeongmin Son, Geehyuk… Read more »
Two papers: Sunjun Kim, Jeongmin Son, Geehyuk Lee, Hwan Kim, Woohun Lee, TapBoard: Making a Touch Screen Keyboard More Touchable, Jiseong Gu, SeongKook Heo, Jaehyun Han, Sunjun Kim, and Geehyuk Lee, LongPad: A TouchPad Using the Entire Area below the Keyboard of a Laptop Computer and a note: SeongKook Heo and Geehyuk Lee, Indirect Shear Force… Read more »
Jaehyun Han, Sangwon Choi, Seongkook Heo, Geehyuk Lee, Optical touch sensing based on internal scattering in a touch surface, Electronics Letters, Vol 48, Issue 22
Two full papers: “A TV Remote Pointing Device Using LED Directivity” by Geehyuk Lee, Jaehyun Han and Seunghwan Lee, “Exploration to Design a Cursor for Indirect Pen Interfaces” by Jaehyun Han and Geehyuk Lee and two short papers: “Interaction Techniques for Unreachable Objects on the Touchscreen” by Sunjun Kim, Ji-Hyun Yu and Geehyuk Lee, “ForceDrag:… Read more »
Jinhyuk Choi, Seongkook Heo, Jaehyun Han, Geehyuk Lee, Junehwa Song, “Mining Social Relationship Types in an Organization by using Communication Patterns” is accepted to ACM CSCW 2013
This year, Synaptics has provided a ForcePad, which is the pre-production prototype features high resolution, independent tracking of pressure and location for up to 5 fingers. HCIL harvested two trophies from UIST 2012 Student Innovation Contest: 2nd place People’s Choice 2nd place Most Creative Congratulations!!