Haptic Assistive Media laboratory at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology designs, implements, and evaluates interactive user interfaces to help people based on the psychophysical understanding to human. Mainly on Haptics, our lab focuses on how to utilize multimodal sensory input to and feedback from the user interfaces for salient and rich user experiences.
Our research interests cover three main areas:
Haptics for scientific and technical research of the sense of touch,
Human-Computer Interaction for the design and implementation of user interfaces between users and computers,
Virtual Reality for research about the multimodal interaction between users and virtual environment.
Our lab tries to connect users to environments by providing rich user experiences with salient information. If you are interested in our lab, do not hesitate to contact our lab.