CED Conference presentation

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Prof.Suk gave a tutorial about writing up a research paper at the Spring Conference of Korean Society for Design Studies held at Kookmin University. The special session was organized to share know-hows and technical tips with design researchers. As taught in the “Research Methodology”, she emphasized that interesting talk is more important than fluent in English. The tutorial…

Read more Need to write a paper? Be an interesting talker! A tutorial by Prof.Suk

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EunJin KIM presented her recent study entitled, “Understanding the Characteristics of Popular Color Schemes through the Network Analysis for Big Color Data [네트워크 분석을 이용한 빅데이터 속 배색 특성의 이해]” on the 2015 Spring Conference of Korea Society of Color Studies . The study investigated crowd-sourced color data from Adobe Kuler® through a network analysis, and…

Read more Color network of crowd-sourced big data by EunJin

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On Korea Society of Color Studies Spring Conference 2015, Kyeong Ah Jeong presented her recent study entitled, “Affective Effect by Articulation of the Speed and Color Attributes of a Video [영상의 배속과 색채 요소의 조합에 따른 감성적 효과].” Kyungah Choi has co-authored the paper. Their study aims to investigate how speed and color attribute of…

Read more Kyeong Ah revealed the optimal articulation for making an affective film.

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Jeongmin Lee presented an extended abstract entitled, “PicLight: User-Centered Lighting Control Interface for Residential Space” on the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2015) in Seoul, South Korea. Kyungah Choi has co-authored the paper. Their study aims to develop PicLight, a user-centered lighting control interface based on the behavior of…

Read more PicLight at CHI2015! Presented by Jeongmin

On the IS&T SPIE Electronic Imaging conference (EI 2015), Kyungah Choi presented her recent cross-cultural study between Asians and Europeans with regard to the preference for CCT of mobile displays. For the user test, she recruited 20 west Europeans and 30 Koreans and ask them to assess their preference for the various white balances under…

Read more It’s no more rumor! Bluish for Asians, yellowish for Europeans, investigated by K.Choi

Nooree Na presented her recent work entitled, “Do Curved Displays Make for a More Pleasant Experience?” on IS&T SPIE Electronic Imaging conference (EI2015) in San Francisco. Kyeongah Jeong has co-authored the paper. Their study describes how they conducted a usability test to exploit the ideal curvature radius for monitor displays in office environment. The paper…

Read more Optimal radius for monitor screen found by N.Na

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Nooree Na, a Ph.D. candidate of CED Lab made a poster presentation entitled as “Adaptive and Affective Luminance Contrast for Optimal Brightness on Display” at Color Imaging Conference, CIC2014, held in Boston. This study investigated the range of optimal luminance contrast for enhancing users’ physiological comfort and psychological satisfaction while they watching display. Also the study proposes…

Read more Adaptive and affective luminance contrast study by N.Na

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Sung-Wook Ju and Kyeongah Jeong, two master candidates of CED Lab made a poster presentation entitled as “Changing the Color Attributes of Icons to Inform of the Application Status” on the IEEE- International Symposium of Consumer Electronics (ISCE 2014), held in Jeju. This study explored what relationship was formed between change in attribute of icon’s color…

Read more When a facebook icon appears in red? By S.W.Ju & K.Jeong