Makeability Lab at UIST'22

Liang He presenting on the stage at UIST'22 with his title slide showing in the background

Congratulations to Liang He and Jaewook Lee for presenting work at UIST'22 in Bend, Oregon—the premier publication venue in technical HCI and systems-driven HCI work.

Liang presented on Kinergy, an interactive design tool for creating self-propelled motion by harniessing the energy stored in 3D printable springs, which represents ~2 years of research and development (and builds on our prior work Ondule).

He, L., Su, X., Peng, H., Lipton, J. I., Froehlich, J. E. (2022). Kinergy: Creating 3D Printable Motion using Embedded Kinetic Energy. Proceedings of UIST 2022. DOI:

Jae presented RemoteLab, a VR toolkit for Unity designed to facilitate the preparation of remote experiments by providing a set of tools that synchronize experiment state across multiple computers, record and collect data from various multimedia sources, and replay the accumulated data for analysis.

Jaewook Lee, Raahul Natarrajan, Sebastian S. Rodriguez, Payod Panda, and Eyal Ofek. 2022. RemoteLab: A VR Remote Study Toolkit. In Proceedings of the 35th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST '22). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, Article 51, 1–9. 

Liang He standing on the stage at UIST'22 showing his title slide

Jaewook standing on the stage at UIST'22 presenting his title slide