Interactions Lab > Research

The Interactions Lab designs, builds and evaluates novel interactive systems. It particularly focuses on physical, tangible and social computing systems. You can see some of the equipment we use to realise these projects below.


To build functional interactive prototypes, we have additive and subtractive digital fabrication tools including a Silhouette Cameo vinyl cutter, two 3D printers (an Ultimaker and a Stratasys Mojo) and a Roland MDX-20 mill.

Tangible and Surface Computing

To support our work on tangible interaction, we have two tabletop computers capable of tracking multiple fingers and objects: the Microsoft PixelSense (or Samsung SUR-40) and the ReacTable Live.

Physical Computing

We have electronics tools, equipment and general supplies to realise for physical computing projects based on Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Phidgets and Microsoft Gadgeteer platforms.

Interactions Lab, School of Design and Human Engineering
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, UNIST-gil 50, Ulsan, 689-798, Republic of Korea