Jeeyong Chung

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Today, transparent display technologies are becoming quite ubiquitous. However, until now, transparent displays have been used from only one side of the display in limited application areas. In this paper, we propose TransWall, a transparent display that can be used from both sides in order for people to experience co-located, face-to-face interactions. We(More)
This paper presents a set of cubes for modular design that act as a meaningful trial for the democratization of design and manufacturing. Called CUBEMENT, the cubes are compatible with existing building platforms such as LEGO Technics, and physical computing components. CUBEMENT consists of a power supply and components for mechanism building that can(More)
Computing technologies are increasingly designed to support motor-impaired people with physical rehabilitation. Although it is important to reflect patients' motivation to maintain effectiveness in therapy, these studies mostly show that these technologies can increase rehabilitation effectiveness by providing patients with certain stimulations(More)
Nowadays, imagining modern buildings without glass is difficult, and glass walls can be found almost everywhere around us. Glass has been one of the most valued materials owing to its transparency. Glass walls' transparency in modern architecture involves two contradictory characteristics: visual continuity and spatial discontinuity. Even though we can see(More)
In this research, we have developed an interactive television (ITV) interface, which has different context than a conventional television. We assumed that people do not want to be disturbed of their watching experience by a large graphic user interface (GUI), which occludes TV contents. In this paper, we propose a new concept of interface called One-line(More)
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