A design project called "MoMo" about a new audio docent product for art galleries has won Reddot Award 2021! Congratulations! Designers of MoMo are, Sungwon Jang, Jiyoung Lee, Prof. Hwang Kim and Prof. Young-Woo Park. Details are here.
IPD Lab.IPD Lab researches lifelog data, IoT, product design, and tangible interaction. We explore designs for expressing and physically interacting with personal data through the form of everyday objects.
Our lab mainly conducts the product design, implementation, and field study; and results are mostly published in ACM CHI & DIS along with HCI-related journals.
MailiKim, J., Self, A, J., Park, Y-W., Investigating Physical Interaction with Digital Data through the Materialization of Email Handling, Interacting with Computers, Volume 32, Issue 5-6, September-November 2020, Pages 457–474, https://doi.org/10.1093/iwc/iwab003
ADIOLee, K-R., Kim, B., Kim, J., Hong, H., Park, Y-W., ADIO: An Interactive Artifact Physically Representing the Intangible Digital Audiobook Listening Experience in Everyday Living Spaces. In Proceedings of CHI '21. ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 164, 1–12.
PositKim, N., Kim, J., Kim, B., Park, Y-W. The Trial of Posit in Shared Offices: Controlling Disclosure Levels of Schedule Data for Privacy by Changing the Placement of a Personal Interactive Calendar paper. To appear at ACM DIS 2021 (accepted)
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Our research about tangible privacy has been accepted and presented at ACM DIS (Designing Interactive Systems) 2021 as a full paper! Congratulations! The paper's title is, "The Trial of Posit in Shared Offices: Controlling Disclosure Levels of Schedule Data for Privacy by Changing the Placement of...
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 are now updated and those are in the following link. http://ipd.unist.ac.kr/works/maili/
Our full paper about the design and field study of an interactive artifact physically representing the intangible audiobook listening experience has been published as an ACM CHI 2021 paper. Congratulations! Authors are Kyung-Ryong Lee, Beom Kim, Junyoung Kim, Prof. Hwajung Hong, and Prof Young-Woo Park. Details are here: Link
We presented our paper introducing the design work called ADIO and its field study results, at ACM CHI 2021.
We will present The Field Trial of Posit, exploring the placement changes for tangible privacy at ACM DIS 2021.
Our paper about investigating email handling through data materialization is published at IwC.