Anthony Wilson, an undergraduate student of industrial design KAIST and intern in My Design Lab, received the Grand Prix for his Undergraduate Research Participation (URP) Project. Advised by Prof. Daniel Saakes and T.A. Joongi Shin, he developed a Virtual Reality application for exercising in the gym that works with 360 video.
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The Transfabrication course taught together by Prof. Daniel Saakes and professors from Kyushu University as part of the K2 program, has been successfully completed. Both students from IDKAIST and Kyushu university participated in the course.
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Today, students from the Digital Fabrication Course, along with Professor Daniel and Ms. Bokyung Lee, visited the Haitai Factory in Daejeon in order to experience first-hand the manufacturing process of the 오예스 (oh-yes) chocolate cakes.
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At the 2017 Open KAIST event, students from elementary school up to High School visited the lab and experienced some of our most recent works through the demos.
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Discovery Channel Canada came to our lab to interview Tanya and Daniel Saakes about the RatChair , to be included in the Daily Planet show.
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On this ISUVR 2017, held at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), two of our lab members Gary and Joongi presented two of our lab's works.
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On June 13th, our lab members travelled to Scotland to this year's DIS in order to present about Ori-Mandu . Ori-Mandu uses a novel fabrication process to make Mandu’s (Korean dumplings) in any shape.
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On Saturday 3rd, members of our lab traveled to the 선신여대 in Seoul to present work about the electronic mailbox, Doori Noori at KSDS Spring 2017. Doori Noori is meant to emotionally connect parents and their preschoolers by allowing the transfer of postcards with photographs between their preschoolers at preschool and them parents at work. Find out more about KSDS
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Lamps made in the Computer Aided Design Course (ID219) 2017 were exhibited in front of the Audi-KAIST lounge on May 18th.
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We will show a few new works at CHI, all on Monday! In the paper track we present consumer to creator . In the video showcase program we will show the new video of Ratchair, and how to custom make Korean dumplings with Ori-Mandu. In the interactivity track we will demonstrate Calm Automaton.
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SeungRyeol Kim our 1st year Master's Candidate, advised by Daniel Saakes and T.A. Bokyung Lee, received the URP grand prize for his work titled “Gesture-based trafficator to improve driver to traffic communication”
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SeungRyeol presented trafficator, his undergraduate thesis project, at the KSDS fall conference in Busan.
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BodyMeter is a user-centered approach where posing and acting is input for personalizing furniture in a virtual reality environment. TwoShelves is a an augmented reality design application for couples to design their living room together. Find out more about NordiCHI
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Joon received his bachelors degree in Industrial Design at the University of the Arts in United States. He is interested in communication and UX design.
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Over 20 students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) visited myDesignLab. NUS visit
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Gary Ng presented his paper on gesture based interface for remote inspection tasks with unmanned aerial vehicles at the KSDS spring conference at the Korea National University of Arts
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Lamps made in the Computer Aided Design Course (ID219) are exhibit in the lobby of N25 at KAIST until April 14th. Lamp Exhibition
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Mirror Mirror is accepted for CHI 2016 in San Jose.
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Tanya won the Excellence Award for her Undergraduate Research Project (URP) on Gesture and Spatial controlled system of moving everyday objects
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Gyeol Han presented her paper on "User Research for Experience of Fashion Design System Based on Spatial Augmented Reality" at the HCI Korea 2016 conference. The paper reveals details of a new user study performed with the Mirror Mirror .
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Jundong Park joins my Design Lab as a Masters candidate! Jundong received his bachelors degree in Industrial Design at KAIST with a sub-major in Mechanical Engineering. He is interested in how calm emotions relate to our busy-energetic modern lives and how design could be a medium between the two.
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With a new year comes a new beginning! 2015 was a great year for the lab and to start 2016 off we have redesigned our website to give it a new look. Hears to a good 2016!
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Mirror Mirror went back to Seoul for Maker Festival! Maker Festival is a part of Creative Korea 2015, a government funded exhibition for creative works.
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Bokyung Lee will present her paper Online User Reviews as a Design Resource at the biannual conference of the International Associations of Societies of Design Research in Brisbane, Australia.
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Minjoo Cho, a masters student at myDesignLab, went to Gwangju for the Fall KSDS 2015 conference over the weekend to give a talk about sketching in virtual reality for rapid and situated idea generation. Find out more about KSDS .
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Work by Professor Saakes on 3D printed designs are currently being featured at DeSForM 2015 in Milan, Italy. Gyeol Han from our lab had the opportunity to go to the event to check out the talks and workshops. Find out more about DeSForM 2015.
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myDesignLab was at Maker Faire Seoul 2015 to demonstrate gesture controlled moving furnature. Despite the chilly and rainy weather, a lot of people came out to check out this year's Maker Faire. Many people were impressed with the gestured moving furnature display that we had, with a lot of interest shown to our initial prototypes, the BrushBots, that we also had for show. Find out more about Maker Faire Seoul.
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Gary Ng joins myDesignLab as a Masters student. Gary completed his undergraduate degree in Game Development and Entrepreneurship in Canada at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
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The Painting Drone, created by undergraduate students Alex Balio and Sam Ukolov, win the Undergraduate Research Project (URP) Encouragement Award.
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MirrorMirror was demonstrated at Siggraph 2015, held in Los Angeles.
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Daniel Saakes published an article in Open Design Now (오픈 디자인) on Lampan lamps .
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MirrorMirror was exhibited at DongDaeMun Design Plaza, one of the main urban development landmarks in Seoul.
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Prof.Caroline Hummels vistied myDesignLab on May 28th after giving her seminar at IDKAIST.
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The Big Lampan Lamp was featured by the Korean Institute of Design Promotion . The IKEA Hacking lamp is still available on instructables for your hacking convenience.
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Daniel Saakes was invited as a guest in "Touch Base in Seoul" from KBS Radio. He talked about his life at KAIST, his past and current projects and designs to be released soon. Touch Base in Seoul
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The configurable 3D printed carkey paper is accepted at DesForM 2015
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Gyeol Han and Minjoo Cho joined the lab as Master's students. Gyeol Han finished her undergraduate course at Industrial Design KAIST in 2015 and Minjoo Cho worked as a product manager at Samsung Mobile from 2011 to 2014 after graduating from Electrical Engineering in 2011.
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Foong Yi Chia presented interactive training chopsticks at the Advancement in Entertainment Computing conference 2014 and won the bronze demo award. The chopsticks embed advanced sensors to detect what the user is doing. Two interactive games use the chopsticks as a controller to teach children the fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
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Seo Young Back and Junhee Min presented the results of their undergraduate research project "rich textures" and received the research encouragement award from president Kang of KAIST.
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Daniel Saakes was interviewed on the KAIST website.
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Froukje Sleeswijk Visser visited id KAIST and we hosted a workshop on "user insights" and "personalizing products".
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Bokyung Lee will present her paper "user review analysis" at the bi-annual conference of the Korean Society of Design Science in Incheon.
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As a teaser assignment for the undergraduate CAD course at idKAIST, students got one week to design and fabricate a lamp using 2 cardboard boxes and a laser cutter. The results are fantastic!
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We presented our plans to the External Advisory Board.
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Daniel Saakes delivered a workshop at the design department of Yonsei University in Seoul with the topic "Designing for designers". In the workshop the participants developed a so called "fab app" an application for generating products for 3D printing.
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Seo Young Baek and Joonhee Min received the KAIST URP scholarship with their Undergraduate Research Proposal. They will join the MID lab till the summer and work on CMF for 3D printing.
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We will present paper at the 23rd International Conference on Artificial Reality and Tele-Existence (ICAT) in Tokyo and received the best paper award.
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The Photochromic Carpet and Alphabet Shoes will be presented at ACE (Advances Computer Entertainment) in Twente, the Netherlands. The carpet consists of color changing smart material that is activated by footsteps. In that way a floor becomes a playful canvas for children to explore.
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Paper presentation at ACM UIST in St. Andrews. Although there are many sophisticated methods available for packing 2D shapes, oftentimes a human in the loop in required to satisfy soft constraints, for instance, to make tradeoffs between aesthetics and reducing material waste. PACCAM supports users making manual layouts and is specifically geared towards the occasional users in fab labs.
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Today is the first day of My Design Lab in the department of Industrial Design at KAIST in the Republic of Korea. We look at users as the designers of their own life. We innovate in open design, physical design tools, custom design as service and local manufacturing using digital fabrication.
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