The Interactions Lab focuses on the design, development and evaluation of physical, tangible and social computing systems. Bringing together design perspectives, computer science skills and psychological methods, the Interactions Lab conceives, creates and studies next generation human-computer interfaces. Current topics include input and interaction techniques for smartwatches and smart glasses, the design of emotion-aware systems for smartphones and the development of new forms of wearable authentication.
The lab is funded by both public (e.g., NRF) and private (e.g., Samsung R&D) sources and research output focuses on research papers in academic venues such as ACM CHI, UIST, TEI and IMWUT.
Find out more: http://interactions.unist.ac.kr/