CHI 2016 was held in San Jose, California, USA from May 07 to 12, 2016. CHI is a place to see, discuss and learn about the future of how people interact with technology.
NUS-HCI Lab were represented by Dr. Shengdong Zhao, Simon Perrault, Soon Hau Chua and Xiaojun Meng in CHI 2016.
Soon Hau along with the co-authors Marta Carcedo, previously a Research Intern of the lab presented the “HaptiColor: Interpolating Color Information as Haptic Feedback to Assist the Color Blind”.
An Experiment Design Workshop was conducted by Dr. Shengdong Zhao, Simon Perrault and Xiaojun Meng in CHI 2016. This workshop is entitled: A Dummy’s Guide to your Next EXPeriment: Experimental Design and Analysis Made Easy. This course introduced the field of experimental design and analysis to participants. Participants will be able to design an experiment, implement the experiment, gather data and analyze data during the course. By grounding the course in a real-life exemplar, participants will be able to have practical experience in running a controlled experiment in HCI.
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- Marta G. Carcedo, Soon Hau Chua, Simon Perrault, Pawel Wozniak, Raj Joshi, Mohammad Obaid, Morten Fjeld, Shengdong Zhao. HaptiColor: Interpolating Color Information as Haptic Feedback to Assist the Color Blind. ACM CHI 2016, 3572-3583. (Full Paper)
- Shengdong Zhao, Xiaojun Meng, Pin Sym Foong, and Simon Perrault. A Dummy’s Guide to your Next EXPeriment: Experimental Design and Analysis Made Easy. CHI EA 2016, 1016-1019. (Workshop)