Computer Graphics deals with the computational generation of images and image sequences from given data, and Visualization addresses the issues of casting data to suitable representations. Moreover, Computer Haptics allows users to feel the data by touching.
Our laboratory focuses on visualization and interaction researches by combining computer graphics and computer haptics. We are interested in medical data visualization, VR simulation, and 3D interface.
Recent News Highlights
December 18~20, 2014 Sekil attended the 41st KIISE Winter Conference (한국정보과학회 제41회 동계학술발표회) held in Phoenix Park, Pyeongchang, Korea. He presented a paper titled "Real-time Simulation of Seas and Swells (풍파와 너울에 대한 실시간 시뮬레이션)" (authors: Sekil Park, Jaeyong Oh, and Jinah Park). Also he and Prof. Park won a distinguished paper award from KIISE. Congratulations!
December 10~12, 2014 Prof. Park, Deokjae, and Taeho attended HCI Korea 2015 held in Seoul, Korea. Deokjae presented a paper titled "Haptic Rendering for 2D Application Interface by On-the-fly Layer Interpretation of GUI Element Images (GUI 요소 기반 이미지의 즉석 다층 해석을 통한 2D 인터페이스의 햅틱 렌더링)" (authors: Deok-Jae Song and Jinah Park). Also Taeho gave a presentation titled "3D interaction methods for medical applications: from the concept to the evaluation" at the doctoral consortium.
December 3~6, 2014 Seokyeol attended SIGGRAPH Asia 2014 held in Shenzhen, China. He presented a poster titled "A SPH-based dissolution behavior model for real-time fluid-solid interaction" (authors: Seokyeol Kim and Jinah Park).
November 27, 2014 The 36th CGV Seminar Series was held by Prof. Myung Geol Choi (Catholic University of Korea). He gave a talk titled "Communicating about Human Motion with Computer".