Research on the design and field deployment of Maili, an interactive artifact for rematerializing e-mail data and interaction, has been accepted to Interacting with Computers Journal (SCIE). Congratulations! Details will be updated soon.
IPD Lab.IPD Lab. is a research lab affiliated to the Industrial Design Department, Graduate School of Creative Design Engineering and School of Design & Human Engineering at UNIST. We create, design and make future interactive products by investigating smart materials and novel structures.
BooklyACM CHI 2019 Paper - Ju, S., Lee, K-R., Kim, S., Park, Y-W. Bookly: An Interactive Everyday Artifact Showing the Time of Physically Accumulated Reading Activity , In Proceedings of CHI'19, ACM Press (Glasgow, UK, May 5-10, 2019)
muRedderACM DIS'19 Paper - Kim, K., Jang, S., Kim, B., Kwon, H., Park, Y-W. muRedder: Shredding Speaker for Ephemeral Musical Experience, In Proceedings of Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) 2019, ACM Press (San Diego, USA, June 23-28, 2019), Honorable Mention Award, Top 2% (+ demo)
MonomizoACM DIS'19 Paper - Jang, S., Kim, S., Noh, B., Park, Y-W. Monomizo: A Tangible Desktop Artifact Providing Schedules from E-ink Screen to Paper, In Proceedings of Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) 2019, ACM Press (San Diego, USA, June 23-28, 2019)
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Our paper about the design and field study of an interactive artifact physically representing the intangible audiobook listening experience has been conditionally accepted as an ACM CHI 2021 paper. Congratulations! Authors are Kyung-Ryong Lee, Beom Kim, Junyoung Kim, Prof. Hwajung Hong, and Prof Young-Woo Park. More details will...
Digital Creativity Our paper called, "Bringing the colour senses of personal photos to everyday living environment: the design and deployment of a tangible interactive lighting artifact" has been published to Digital Creativity Journal. The authors and details of this publication are as follows. Boram Noh,...
Our paper entitled, "DayClo: An Everyday Table Clock Providing Interaction with Personal Schedule Data for Self-reflection" has been accepted to In Proceedings of DIS'20, ACM Press (Eindhoven, Netherlands, July 6-10, 2020). This paper is about the design and development of an everyday table clock representing and providing tangible...
We presented our design work, Bookly, at ACM CHI 2019, Glasgow, UK. It was accepted as a paper at the conference.
We presented DayClo, providing everday interaction with digital schedule data, and its field study at ACM DIS'20.
Our soldering iron design has won a Red Dot & G Mark '19 and selected to be exhibited at Dubai Design Week GGS.