NUS-HCI Lab had a successful Sunday Showcase last 8 February 2015 in ArtScience Museum. The lab showcased their latest innovations in human-computer interaction.
NUS_HCI Lab was also joined by the Robotics Department and Chalmer’s University.
The different projects that the lab showcased were the following:
1. AutoGami – toolkit for designing automated movable paper craft
2. Beyond Stereo & ColorBless – using 3D stereoscopic display technology to deliver unconventional visual experiences to the viewer
3. TactArt – visual‐tactile interaction for visual arts
4. Watch It device – interact with your music player using an interactive wristband
5. Bezel Copy – quick and clever way to do copy paste between applications on your Android smartphone
6. Angti – interact with the physical digital world using a smart ring
7. OmniVib – smartphone shaped prototype embedding 3×3 vibration motors that can create rich vibrotactile notifications
8. NotiRing – interactive rings that convey information in five different ways: with light, sound, vibration, heat and “poke”.
9. Draco – sketch-based interface from that allows artists and casual users alike to add a rich set of animation effects to their drawings, seemingly bringing illustrations to life
10. Quadcopter – allows us to interact in a new way using just our body movements to control a quadcopter drone
11. Robotic Arm – human to robot object handover
Check out our facebook page for more information and pictures during the event (https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.648733545238760.1073741827.313565875422197&type=3)