The NTU HCI Lab explores future user interfaces at the intersection of human-computer interaction (HCI), artificial intelligence (AI), design, psychology, and VR/AR/mobile/wearable systems. Our work has been featured by Discovery Channel, Engadget, EE Times, New Scientist, and more. It is directed by Prof. Mike Y. Chen and Prof. Lung-Pan Cheng.
Creating Illusory Tactile Motion around the Head using 360° Vibrotactile Headbands
A multi-channel, black-box, platform-agnostic approach to detecting game events for real-time haptic feedback.
A novel high-speed 3-DoF ungrounded force feedback technology capable of supporting high-speed game events.
A wearable approach to simulating motion perception using head-mounted air propulsion jets
A Surrounding Platform for Encounter-type Haptics in Virtual Reality Experiences
Experiencing Haptic Feedback through Hand-based and Embodied Avatars
Reducing Virtual Reality Sickness and Improving Realism while Walking in VR using Unobtrusive Head-mounted Vibrotactile Feedback
Exploring Weight Sensing using Wearable Surface Electromyography (sEMG)
Reducing Virtual Reality Sickness Using Head-Worn Haptic Devices
Utilizing Peripheral Vision for Reading Text on Augmented Reality Smart Glasses
Improving Touchscreen Usability by Personalizing Accessibility Settings based on Individual User’s Touchscreen Interaction
Designing and Investigating AR ShootingInterfaces on Mobile Devices for Drone Videography
Enhancing Captioning Experiences forDeaf and Hard-of-Hearing People in Group Conversations
Automatic and Personalized Ergonomicsusing Self-actuating Furniture
Sensing and Visualizing Electric Current Flows of Breadboarded Circuits
Automatic Sensing of Physical Circuits and Generation of Virtual Circuits to Support Software Tools
Supporting Rapid Prototyping and Evolution of Electronic Circuits
sensing fingernail deformation to detect finger force touch interactions on rigid surfaces
User-Defined Game Input for Smart Glasses in Public Space
Sensing Hand Gestures via Back of the Hand
Using Palms as Keyboards for Smart Glasses
grasp-based adaptive keyboard for mobile devices
Automatic Screen Rotation based on Face Orientation