Established in 1994, Yonsei HCI (Human Computer Interaction) Laboratory is a research institute located in Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea.
HCI Lab is committed to research and development projects in the field of Human Computer Interaction. Its research focus is on creating digital companion systems that improve quality of life while also educating researchers who can, in turn, lead human-centered innovation projects across domains.
With a special focus on the automotive domain, HCI Lab has worked on several projects that deal with autonomous vehicles and HMI development. Elektrobit´s EB GUIDE tool will be used to prototype new HMI concepts. Through an iterative process, HCI Lab will create new features that future driving companions perform to enable driver safety and experience.
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Technology and Design Research Center
Incheon, South Korea
The Technology and Design Research Center (TDRC) aims to achieve research that combines technology, design, liberal arts, and arts.
TDRC is particularly interested in the field, which aims to investigate the human-centric user experience (UX) and interaction between human beings and machines, such as human computer interaction (HCI) or human machine interaction (HMI). Within this era where the society rapidly changes alongside with the technological development, precedent research study will enhance human-centric value on upcoming technologies.
As a research group that researches and develops HMI for the autonomous vehicle, TDRC performs precedent HMI research projects with various companies such as SKT, Samsung Display, LG Display, Hyundai Motors, and Kia Motors. EB GUIDE is used to prototype diverse HMI concepts that are necessary to perform such projects. The introduction of EB GUIDE benefits the research projects in terms of research quality and efficiency.
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