CED Conference presentation

EunJin presented her work at the ACM DIS’ 17 conference and the full paper is published in the proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. In the paper, the heuristic findings and qualitative analyses are provided based on the thorough observation of designers’ selecting and articulating colors to be matched with the given images. As…

Read more Thoughts and Tools for Crafting Colors proposed by EunJin at DIS’ 17

Taesu Kim won an award from a domestic design conference. Taesu is an undergraduate intern of Color Lab and presented about his undergraduate research program(URP) on the 2017 Spring DSUS(Design Seminar on University Students) held in Seoul, Korea. In presentation, he proposed package design toolkit “t.package” through a thorough investigation of the gustative experience taste affected…

Read more Taesu won an award in 2017 Spring DSUS

Prof. Suk delivered a talk invited by the Optical Society of Korea(OSK) to the special session, ‘color science’, for the optical science community. She introduced the affective effect of color particularly focusing on how people emotionally respond to the color properties. In the session, two more speakers were invited: Dr. Jisoo Hwang from the KRISS…

Read more An invited talk of Prof. Suk by the Optical Society of Korea(OSK)

Dr. Jungmin Han and Prof. Suk presented a work entitled, “Comparison of Visual Discomfort and Visual Fatigue between Head-Mounted Display and Smartphone” at the IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging (EI 2017) in Burlingame, California. The study provides evidence that HMD causes more dry eye symptoms compared to smartphones. In the study, clinical data are…

Read more To Watch or Not To Watch? VR in HMD or in Smartphone

Kyungah Choi delivered a poster presentation entitled, “The human sclera and pupil as the calibration targets” at the IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging (EI 2017) in Burlingame, California. The study examined the human sclera and the pupil as calibration targets for digital images to estimate human skin. Based on this assumption, a new color…

Read more Central facial region for finding real skin color by Kyungah

Kyungah Choi presented a work entitled, “Skin-representative region in a face for finding real skin color” at the IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging (EI 2017) in Burlingame, California. The study suggests an algorithm for finding one’s skin region based on the primary calculation of the center region of the face for accurate detection and reduced…

Read more Central facial region for finding real skin color by Kyungah

Kyungah Choi presented a work entitled, “Performance of the 14 skin-colored patches in accurately estimating human skin color” at the IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging (EI 2017) in Burlingame, California. The study provides evidence that the skin-colored patches support more accurate estimations of skin colors than the 24 colored patches. It is expected that the…

Read more Performance of the skin-colored patches for skin color estimation by Kyungah

Hyunjoo Bae, a master candidate of Color lab, presented her recent work entitled, “The value and application of material reconfiguration of product design.” at KSDS (Korea Society of Design Science) 2016 international conference in Busan, Korea. The study provides evidence that material reconfiguration has a sufficiently impactful influence on on novelty, aesthetic preference, and overall preference…

Read more Material reconfiguration by Hyunjoo

EunJin Kim, a Ph.D. candidate of Color lab, has presented her recent work entitled, “Key Color Generation for Affective Multimedia Production: An Initial Method and Its Application” at 2016 ACM Multimedia Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands. In the paper, the insights from designers’ color selection process were discussed and utilized to develop a key color generation…

Read more How a key color creates an attractive promotional video, investigated by EunJin

Kyeong Ah Jeong, a Ph.D. candidate of Color Lab presented a poster about her master study entitled, “Jockey Time: Making Video Playback to Enhance Emotional Effect” at the ACM Multimedia Conference for 2016 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This study devised a web-based online video playback editing service that enhancing the emotional effect of one’s video….

Read more Jockey Time, an onlline video editing service by Kyeong Ah