About

Introduction

DoYoung Lee is a sixth year MS&PhD combined student in the Interactions Lab @ UNIST (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology). He majored in Design & Human Engineering and Computer Science Engineering at the UNIST, Korea. His interests are in controlling things, making stuff, smart toys, AR/VR and novel interfaces. He is currently working on the AR/VR input methods, especially bodily/on-body inputs. Also, He is a maker! likes to make fun and interactive toys or arts (See projects!).

You can Find my CV here!


Conference Papers

  1. (accepted) DoYoung Lee, SooHwan Lee and Ian Oakley (2020). "Nailz: Sensing Hand Input with Touch Sensitive Nails";. In Proceedings of CHI'20, honolulu, hawai'i.

  2. DoYoung Lee, Youryang Lee, Yonghwan Shin and Ian Oakley (2018). "Designing Socially Acceptable Hand-to-Face Input";. In Proceedings of UIST'18, Berlin, Germany. [link]

  3. Rasel Islam, DoYoung Lee, Liza Suraiya Jahan and Ian Oakley (2018) "GlassPass: Tapping Gestures to Unlock Smart Glasses."; In Proceedings of Augmented Human 2018, Seoul, Korea. [link]

  4. Gil, H.J., Lee, D.Y., Im, S.G. and Oakley, I. (2017) "TriTap: Identifying Finger Touches on Smartwatches."; To appear in Proceedings of ACM CHI'17, Denver, CO, USA. [link]

  5. Oakley, I., Lindahl, C., Le, K., Lee, D.Y. and Islam, R.M.D. (2016) "The Flat Finger: Exploring Area Touches on Smartwatches". In Proceedings of ACM CHI'16, San Jose, CA, USA. [link]

  6. Oakley, I., Lee, D.Y., Islam, R.M.D. and Esteves, A. "Beats: Tapping Gestures for Smart Watches". In Proceedings of ACM CHI'15, Seoul, Republic of Korea. [link]

  7. T Yang, DY Lee, Y Kwak, J Choi, C Kim, SP Kim. (2015) "Evaluation of TV commercials using neurophysiological responses". Journal of physiological anthropology 34 (1), 19 [link]

  8. Oakley, I. and Lee, D.Y. (2014) "Interaction on the Edge: Offset Sensing for Small Devices". In Proceedings of ACM CHI 2014, Toronto, Canada. [link]

  9. TY Yang, DY Lee, SP Kim. (2014) "Development of Neural Indices from the Human Encephalography to Evaluate TV Commercials". Ergonomics Society of Korea, 380-384 [link]