KwangYun Wohn

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We present a data-driven shape model for reconstructing human body models from one or more 2D photos. One of the key tasks in reconstructing the 3D model from image data is shape recovery, a task done until now in utterly geometric way, in the domain of human body modeling. In contrast, we adopt a data-driven, parameterized deformable model that is acquired(More)
This paper introduces VibPress, a software technique that enables pressure input interaction on mobile devices by measuring the level of vibration absorption with the built-in accelerometer when the device is in contact with a damping surface (e.g., user's hands). This is achieved using a real-time estimation algorithm running on the device. Through a user(More)
This paper proposes user-customizable passive control widgets, called MagGetz, which enable tangible interaction on and around mobile devices without requiring power or wireless connections. This is achieved by tracking and ana-lyzing the magnetic field generated by controllers attached on and around the device through a single magnetometer, which is(More)
We propose a new interaction technique, called PseudoButton, which emulates a pressure-sensitive touch sensor by repurposing a built-in microphone on mobile devices. This simple and novel technique increases input expressivity of the device and expands its interaction area for users to alleviate the occlusion problem caused by touchscreens without adding(More)