Peter Gyory and Clement Zheng, PhD students and lecturers at the ATLAS Institute, both do research for the ACME and THING laboratories. Their HOT SWAP game was showcased during the Provocations and Work-in-Progress session at the Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS '19) held in San Diego, June 23-28. Gyory's interests include games, XR and tangible interaction; Zheng's interests include computational design and tangible interaction.
"MorphIO: Entirely Soft Sensing and Actuation Modules for Programming Shape Changes through Tangible Interaction," authored by Ryo Suzuki and researchers from Keio University and The University of Tokyo in Japan, won a "Best Paper" award at the 2019 Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS '19) held in San Diego June 23-28. Suzuki, an ATLAS affiliated PhD student who does research for the ACME and THING laboratories, presented the research during the DIS '19 Shape Changes Interfaces Track. Read more
Ellen Yi-Luen Do on organizing committees for C&C and DIS '19 conferences held in June in San Diego.
Ellen Yi-Luen Do, a professor at the ATLAS Institute and the director of the A Creativity Machine Environment (ACME) Lab, was on the steering and organizing committees for the C&C conference, on the DIS'19 organizing committee, and chaired the Design Methods and Progress track for DIS. She also chaired sessions on virtual reality and education. Read more
“Sensing Kirigami,” authored by Clement Zheng, HyunJoo Oh, Laura Devendorf, and Ellen Yi-Luen Do, wins "Best Pictorial" award at DIS '19 conference
“Sensing Kirigami,” authored by Clement Zheng, HyunJoo Oh, Laura Devendorf, and Ellen Yi-Luen Do, won the "Best Pictorial" award at the Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS '19), held in San Diego June 23-28. Lead author, Zheng, an ATLAS PhD student, presented the research during the conference's Deformable and Novel Materials track. Read more