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
November 11~13, 2014 Prof. Park and Deokjae attended VRST 2014 held at University of Edinburgh, UK. Deokjae presented a paper titled "AnyHaptics: A Haptic Plug-in for Existing Interactive 3D Graphics Applications" (authors: Deok-Jae Song and Jinah Park).
November 6, 2014 Deokjae attended ICFW 2014 held in Busan, Korea. He presented a paper titled "Distributed P2P-based Global Illumination for Multi-Users of Real-Time Rendering" (authors: Deok-Jae Song and Jinah Park).
October 16~17, 2014 Prof. Park, Hojin, and Youngju attended the 6th International Symposium on Biomedical Simulation (ISBMS 2014) held in IRCAD, Strasbourg. France. Hojin presented a paper titled "Brain Ventricular Morphology Analysis Using a Set of Ventricular-Specific Feature Descriptors" (authors: Jaeil Kim, Hojin Ryoo, Maria del C. Valdés Hernández, Natalie A. Royle, and Jinah Park).