CED Conference presentation

Do-hyeong Kim, Suhong Ju and EunJin Kim presented their work entitled, “The effects of enlarged words in text messages: Look clearer, but less premium: at the 10th International Conference on Design & Emotion in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The study explored the emotional characteristics of enlarged words in text messages. The results showed that enlarging the…

Read more Enlarged words make text messages look clearer but less premium, by Do-hyeong and EunJin.

Minhwan Kim and Kyungah Choi presented their work entitled, “Yo!: Enriching Emotional Quality of Single-Button Messengers through Kinetic Typography” at the 2016 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2016) in Brisbane, Australia. The study explored the influence of adding kinetic typography onto the single-button messenger to enrich the communicational aspects by conducting a series…

Read more Yo! Kinetic typography in single-button messengers by Minhwan and Kyungah

Taesoo Kim, a junior student of industrial design at KAIST, presented a poster about his recent individual research project(advisor : Prof.Hyeon-Jeong Suk) entitled, “Effects on how turbidity of drinks influence recognizing sense of taste by visual [탁도가 음료의 미각적 특징을 시각적으로 인지하는데 미치는 영향]” on the 2016 Spring Conference of Korea Society for Emotion and…

Read more Best poster presentation award to Taesoo at KOSES Spring conference

EunJin Kim, a Ph.D. candidate of Color lab, presented her recent work entitled, “Key Color Generation Algorithm to Enhance the Aesthetic and Affective Quality of Image-Color Combinations” at IPIU 2016 Workshop in Jeju, Korea. In the paper, she discussed the insights from designers’ color selection process to develop a key color generation algorithm. The algorithm creates a…

Read more Eunjin presented her color generation algorithm at IPIU 2016

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Nooree Na, a Ph.D. student of Color lab presented a poster about her recent study entitled, “Optimal RGB ratio for Nighttime Smartphone Users” on International Conference on Emotion and Sensibility 2015 held in Jeju, Korea. This study suggests the optimal RGB ratios for a display toward a more comfortable use of smartphones particularly under low illuminance,…

Read more An award winning work of Nooree about the optimal RGB ratios of display

EunJin, a Ph.D. candidate of Color lab presented her recent study entitled, “Hue extraction and Tone match: Generating a Theme Color to Enhance the Emotional Quality of an Image” on ACM SIGGRAPH 2015 in Los Angeles, CA. The study proposed a computational method to generate a theme color from an image in order to deliver…

Read more How to generate aesthetic and affective theme colors, investigated by EunJin

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Kyungah Choi presented her recent work entitled, “Visual Search and Attention: What Eye-Tracking Reveals about Visual Performance in the Curved Display” on SID Display Week 2015 in San Jose, CA. Hyunjoo Bae and Sung-Wook Ju have co-authored the paper. Eye-tracking technique was adopted in their study to obtain objective data for measuring visual performance when…

Read more What eye-tracking reveals about curved display, investigated by Kyungah

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Nooree Na, a Ph.D. candidate of CED lab presented a study entitled, “Readability Performance and Subjective Appraisal of Curved Monitor” on SID Display Week 2015 in San Jose, CA. Kyeongah Jeong has co-authored the paper. This study compares usability of a curved and a flat panel in aspects of readability performance and subjective judgment of…

Read more Comparing usability of a curved display and a flat display for opening a new monitor market!

Nooree Na presented her recent study entitled, “Will Curved Displays Become Mainstream in Electronics? Appraisal for Aesthetic and Usability Aspects of Various Curves and Sizes” on SID Display Week 2015 in San Jose, CA. Kyeongah Jeong, Sung-Wook Ju, and Kyungah Choi have co-authored the paper. The study investigated the benefits of a curved display compared…

Read more Will Curved Displays Become Mainstream in Electronics? Answers by Nooree