Interactions Lab

Interactions Lab @ UNIST

The Interactions Lab at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology focuses on the design, development and evaluation of physical, tangible and social interactive computing systems. Bringing together design perspectives, computer science skills and psychological methods, the Interactions lab conceives, creates and studies next generation human-computer interfaces.


Two papers accepted to ACM IMWUT'22 on text entry on HMDs and, with collaborators at Samsung R&D, on bioacoustic authentication on smartwatches.

UIST'22 Student Innovation Contest Winners! Interactions Lab PhD candidates Jiwan Kim and Hyunjae Gil won the ACM UIST 2022 Student Innovation Contest with the levitating maze game Top-Levi. Check out the video. Congrats!

Two papers accepted to ACM CHI 2022 on detecting affect during Instagram use and on identifying which finger is touching a smartwatch with sonar. Thanks to our collaborators at KAIST ID.

Two papers accepted to ACM CHI 2021 on typing on the nails and mitigating motion sickness in 360° video. Thanks to collaborators at Instituto Superior Técnico.

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