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Human-centered ICT, Emotional Design, Smart Care

휴먼ICT융합학과 Human ICT [DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN ICT CONVERGENCE]

휴먼 ICT 융합학과는 인간 중심 ICT(모바일, 네트워크, 인간친화적 지능화)를 기반으로 하여, 스마트 라이프 문화이해, 디자인적 감성, 마케팅능력을 함양하여, 스마트 케어를 위한 감성인지 UI/UX의 새로운 가치를 창조해 내는 “휴메니어” (휴먼+엔지니어) 양성을 목표로 한다.


Research Groups and Projects in H-Lab. of School of HumanICT Convergence


Research Groups 1
Team
O.B.F
Member PARK JOONGSIN, LEE MIRIM, JEONG HEESEOK
Project Duration
2014. 5. ~ 2014. 8 (3 months)
Project Name
menopause stage monitoring and health-care system
Abstract
We have participated in the study with the hospital “Kangbuk Samsung Medical Center(KSMC)”. The KSMC are running the project of “Assessment of Women's Health During Menopausal Periods”. KSMC will implementa survey about 3000 patients in the target. In order to receive feedback for the many people byaservice system, we induce the patient to attempts to enter information positively. We should build the service system by application, server and so on. Furthermore, we will analyze the collected data, and try to be helpful to the project of KSMC.
Keynote
OBF Humanity Presentation - Version date 17 Nov. 2014
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Research Groups 2
Team
Lily Kickee
Member
Park Sanghoo, Jeon Been, Cho Jaewon
Project Duration
2014. 5 ~ 2014. 8 ( 3months)
Project Name
A Wearable Device Sensing and Visualizing Fetal Movements. HCI-K 2015
Abstract
This study purposed to develop smart maternity wear, which is a wearable computer that senses and visualize fetal movements, and to evaluate its usability. Before making the prototype, we conducted a preliminary survey and, based on the results, visualized fetal movements intuitively in the form of fetal footprint. The prototype was built with Lilypad Arduino, conductive thread, pressure sensor, and various LED’s, and then its usability was tested. When satisfaction, fitness, practicality, intuitiveness, and sympathy were evaluated with 50 participants, the use of the smart maternity wear was found to enhance the level of empathy and increase communication among the family members.
Keynote
- The lastest version is 17 November 2014
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Research Groups 3
Team
2080
Member
Hye-yeon Lee, Seong-yeon Kim, Ju-young Shin
Project Duration
2014. 5 – 2015. 1 (Nine months)
Project Name
The Monitoring service for the senior living alone
Abstract
The gait is an important part of healthy life. In this study, we design a visual feedback system for gait management. Previous studies are primarily focused on technology to accurately measure walking. Therefore, we suggest a system to monitor gait in real-time and provide visual feedback information. System structure involves wearable device and SmartPhone application. The goal of our study is to increase motivation and help to correct the gait for user.
Keynote
- The lastest version is 17 November 2014
Works
Publications
Jooyoung Shin. Visual Feedback System Design for Gait Management. HCI-K 2015
Research Groups 4
Team
PRIMER
Member
Jun young Park, Joon ho Kim, Bon chang Koo, Kyu ri Baick, Ji won Ye
Project Duration
2014 6 ~ 2014 11 (6 months)
Project Name
Interactive mobile for toddler and parents.
Abstract
Our goal is to make an interactive mobile which can control by parents when apart from their child. The mobile consist of sensors which are camera, microphone, speaker, thermometer, and hygrometer. Parents can perceive child’s activity, voice in addition to temperature and humidity of child’s room.
Keynote
- The lastest version is 17 November 2014
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Research Groups 5
Team
ACE
Member
Jihoon Lee, Junwoo Yoo , Minjae Park , Ji Hwan Ryu, Jeongho Keum, Nockhwan Kim
Project Duration
2014. 5 – 2015. 1 (Nine months)
Project Name
Smart wig for cancer patients
Abstract
Smart Wig is a wearable device for cancer patients; this item helps them to go outdoors safer. Smart Wig continuously checks the patient’s pulse and body temperature so that it can prepare for the emergency. It also gives alarm to the user’s acquaintances to rescue him/her earlier when the user loses his/her consciousness-this is detected by our fall detection algorithm.
Keynote
- The lastest version is 17 November 2014
Works
Publications
Nockhwan Kim et al. Smart Wig for Patient with Chemotherapy Induced Alopecia : Emphasis on Fall Detection and Emergency Alert. HCI-K 2015
Research Groups 6
Team
HeartMap
Member
Sangsun Park, Dongnyeok Jung, Jiyoung Noh
Project Duration
2014. 5 – 2015. 1 (Nine months)
Project Name
The Emotion visualization LBSNS Platform using Wearable device
Abstract
In these days there are so many information from internet. For example, postings of SNS users, bloger and search engine. These are very rapidly posted and disappeared. So, Users are exposed unidentified information floods. It couldn`t hard to judge which information is true or not. Because of, The rates or reviews are controlled from Big hands who like as big enterprises and star bologers. Moreover, When Someone decide to eat, rest, services or sightseeing, The individual person has little bit difference emotion can get it. The reason why Each people has each life style. These kind of reason that make to effect decision making where we go for eat, rest, sightseeing. So, The exposed users believe that information has responsibility. Even if it is one of noise marketing. When someone feel something about awesome between terrible, there is largely level of emotion changes. So, We researched to catch of this levels of changes. Could we make some responsibility rates from the individual bio-data? Focusing on this point, We simply start our idea. We are on going to design the HeartMap : LBSNS Service platform. For the our research have 3 goals. First, We designed wearable device for gathering bio-data and GPS logging. Second, The software include emotion classification algorithm for the users emotion variation analysis. Third, LBSNS Emotion level map like weather cast. So, our idea "Heartmap" will help to decide which places or stores have how big emotion levels. So, Users can decide and judge which information have responsibility. Also Users can use for their personal plan reflected our information their lunch, journey, memorable plan. In the conclusion, The idea introducing of our HeartMap, We detect user`s emotion and visualize to cartography map. It supports to decide information decision and responsibility especially in the case of Peer to peer.
Keynote
- The lastest version is 17 November 2014
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Publications
Sangsun Park et al. A study on the human emotion inference in meaningful place using HRV signal and text mapping. HCI-K 2015
Research Groups 8
Team
Between US
Member
Jeong-ki Hong, Seung hyun Song, So ryang Van
Project Duration
2014. 5 – 2015. 1 (Nine months)
Project Name
Wristband-form haptic transferring wearable device
Abstract

Men were always eager to be connected to each other. A lot of research and experiments already proved that a man is the most social-oriented creature above all in the earth. Moreover, when we look at the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, we can see that a man requires a need for love/belonging which is related to the communication, right after the safety need and physiological need which are considered as the most essential part for a life.

These days, the power of connecting each person is getting more stronger than ever by using a internet. People try to be online in groups all the time through smartphone, laptop, and desktop. Moreover, the objects are now connected to other objects it-selves via internet which we can call it the internet of things. In this fundamental need of a man to be connected and the flow of a social-oriented technologies developing, we launched this project to create a wearable device specifically for the couple.

The prototype we are trying to develop in this project, are form of wristband having two simple functions. Firstly, it is paired to another certain wristband through internet all the time if the WIFI is around.(*for prototype it would be connected via bluetooth) Then the user can tap or stroke the wristband as a input signal and the another paired wristband will respond to the signals with feedbacks of haptic and visual cues. This simple but intuitive interaction will enhance the relationship between couple more rigidly.

Keynote
- The lastest version is 17 November 2014
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Research Groups 9
Team
Easy Taxi
Member
Seungjai Jeon, Sehyung Han, Joongsin Park
Project Duration
2014. 5 – 2015. 1
Project Name
Interactive Taxi Interface Design for the Visually Impaired
Abstract
While taxies are widely considered as an easily accessible form of transportation to many, for the visually impaired, utilizing taxi services can be a significant challenge. In this project we envision a system architecture where visually impaired people use GPS-enabled mobile computing devices to easily reserve and access taxi services.
Keynote
- The lastest version is 17 November 2014
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