Our research about “Augmenting Physical Buttons with Vibrotactile Feedback for Programmable Feels” will be presented in the 2020 UIST in October. This work presents a very simple yet effective method that enables us to diversify the haptic sensation of pressing a physical button by adding a simple vibration signal, as well as its perceptual evaluation results. Congratulations to the authors, Chaeyong Park, Jinhyuk Yoon, and Seungjae Oh!
Six papers were accepted to major conferences. One paper was accepted to CHI 2019 and five papers were accepted to World Haptics 2019. Among them, two papers were nominated for the best paper. You can download these papers in the international publications tab in this site.
One paper was accepted to CHI 2018 and three papers were accepted to Haptic Symposium 2018 for publication.
Hojin Lee won the best poster presentation award in 2017 Korea Haptics Community workshop.
Yongjae Yoo won the Best Poster Paper Award at World Haptics 2017.
Gunhyuk Park was nominated for Best Student Presentation Finalists at World Haptics 2017.
Our lab received “Honorable Mention” at Student Innovation Challenge at IEEE Haptics Symposium 2016. (Jongman Seo, Jaebong Lee, and Junsuk Park, “MOVieVib: Vibrotactile Cues of Camera Movement in 4D Films”)
Our Laser Touch project finally has a representative paper as a return of the past five years’ endeavors. It is published in Scientific Reports with the title of “Laser-induced thermoelastic effects can evoke tactile sensations.”
Six papers were accepted for publication at the IEEE World Haptics Conference 2015, along with one Work-In-Progress paper. We will also show three demonstrations.
Our lab received honorable mention at Asia Haptics 2014. (Sunghoon Yim, Seokhee Jeon, and Seungmoon Choi, “Normal and Tangential Force Decomposition and Augmentation Based on Contact Centroid”)